Georgetown Basketball Recruiting: Nerlens Noel Leaning Toward Hoyas, According To Report

via www.wildcatworld.com

Will Georgetown sign yet another big man to play for the team?

As the NCAA Basketball season has come to a close, the eyes now travel towards the future of the Georgetown Hoyas. One of their recruiting targets is reportedly leaning towards them. According to Evan Daniels, national basketball recruiting analyst for Scout.com and Fox Sports, rumblings abound that forward Nerlens Noel is leaning towards signing with the Hoyas.

Noel, from Everett, MA, measures in at 6'10" and 215 pounds. Georgetown has a proud tradition of producing some of the best big men in college basketball and if they manage to sign Noel, that tradition is sure to continue. Other teams that have interest in Noel however include the national champion Kentucky Wildcats and the Syracuse Orange. Nothing has been set in stone yet so there is still time for things to change.

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