Articles tagged: Recruiting


An early evaluation of the Ed Cooley Era

Former Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio, in one of my favorite quotes of all time, doubled down on the eternal and fierce rivalry between my beloved Spartans and their... Read more


What makes the Voice extraordinary?

Undoubtedly, freshman year of college is as much a journey to find a sense of “home” in a foreign environment as it is anything else. Georgetown can be a mental... Read more

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If Recruiting Becomes More Geography-Based Post-COVID, Who Benefits and Who Loses Out?

There’s no understating the importance of recruiting in college athletics, particularly when it comes to retaining touted high school athletes in-state. That’s for a pair of reasons. First, as has... Read more


Ewing Lands Another Recruit in Four-Star Center Qudus Wahab

The Georgetown men’s basketball team (13-7, 3-4 Big East) takes on Xavier (11-10, 3-5 Big East) at Capital One Arena on Thursday looking for a big conference win. On Wednesday,... Read more


Ewing Signs a Pair of Centers on Final Day of Early Signing Period

On Wednesday, the final day of the early signing period, Georgetown men’s basketball head coach Patrick Ewing announced the signing of two players who will join the team in 2019.... Read more


Top men’s basketball commit requests release from Georgetown

Georgetown men’s basketball’s top 2017 recruit will not play college basketball as a Hoya. Tremont Waters, a 5-foot-10 point guard from West Haven, CT, will decommit from Georgetown pending official... Read more