As for Anthony’s recruitment, that’s a tough call because he doesn’t really talk about it or go into specifics those times he does. So, I can only go by what I’ve heard and what I see with my own eyes in terms of head coaches paying attention.
staying in the NBA Draft after playing just one year at Villanova would be a big blow. But Nova fans should be good with it since he won a title during his year on the floor.
I supposed that Jay Wright and his staff could look around to find a late replacement, but the fact is there just aren’t many players left that would be able to help a team as good as Villanova. The focus would be on developing
would have the early inside track on the No. 1 ranking in 2021. But, it’s far from a done deal and there’s a good chance we haven’t even seen the player who would end up No. 1 by late August when we release our initial rankings for the class.
However, a few names that jump out to me as players who could be in the discussion are smooth New England wing
was on the verge of committing – to Indiana – back during the beginning of the winter after multiple visits to Bloomington. The Hoosiers are still the best bet to land the five-star big man, but as far as I can tell he is in no real rush to make a decision.
My feel at this point is that Jackson-Davis wouldn’t surprise anybody if he made a June commitment, but I don’t anticipate that he would do so without taking at least a few more unofficial visits. If he doesn’t set any of those soon with places like Iowa, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio State or UCLA among others, then it could go into the late summer or early fall. The bottom line here is that I still see Indiana as the team to beat, regardless of a when a decision goes down.
Villanova, already holding the commitment of four-star juniorEric Dixon, added to its promising 2019 class with the pledge of Rivals150 guard Justin Moore. A four-star junior that is known for his shot making and toughness in the backcourt, Moore’s commitment is another win for the defending national champions.
The Wildcats made Moore a priority for the past two years. Coach Jay Wright was at nearly each of his games during the two live periods this spring, and Moore was more than ready to call it a day with things.
“It is just a great program with a great group of coaches and players who win,” he told Rivals.com. “They said they are losing most of their guards by the time that I come in so I could pretty much have a chance to start and be the man.”