The Georgetown staff has been busy of late, hosting transfer guard Eli Carter on a visit to the Hilltop last week to see if he can help out in the present, while also looking at 2017 guard Tyler Foster to secure the future.
Tyler Foster visited VCU today. Will decide between them and Georgetown on Wednesday, per a source.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) June 6, 2015
Foster, a 6'5" guard out of Gilman HS in Maryland, can score in bunches and clearly the staff is enamored enough with his game to lock down a Class of 2017 player so early. Though 2017 seems a long way away, there have been some whispers that he might reclassify to 2016 in order to make more of an immediate impact.
While his BMore's Finest 16U team hasn't enjoyed much success on the Under Armour circuit this summer, Foster has been a standout performer as he's averaging 14.0 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. Foster's 31 points against Team Breakdown is tied for the single-game high in the 16U age group.
All signs point to Foster committing to Georgetown on Wednesday, though since this is college basketball recruiting, we'll just have to wait and see.