Saturday, November 14, 2009

Roscoe Smith has a Frontrunner ...

Spoke with Roscoe Smith tonight, and the highly-touted, 6-foot-8 small forward out of Oak Hill Academy in Virginia has yet to decide between UConn, Georgetown and Duke. He does have a front-runner, but he's not saying who.

Smith said he'll make his commitment over the next week or two. He won't sign until the spring, however. Asked what could change his mind from his current front-runner to one of the other two schools over the next week or two, Smith said, "Nothing, really."

While he wouldn't let on who the front-runner is, it certainly seems evident by the way he described his three visits.

He took an unofficial visit to Duke, and it was "cool. I couldn't talk to Coach K, because he was out in Hawaii at the time."

Smith's official visit to UConn came on First Night about a month ago. His thoughts on Jim Calhoun: "He's good, he's cool."

And Smith's visit to Georgetown?

"I had a lot of fun down there, a lot of fun," he said. "Everybody was cool, laid-back. The players welcomed me with open arms, the coaches were real cool."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

that does not sound good for UConn? Sounds like really nice words for GTown..David were do we stand?

November 15, 2009 at 12:12 AM 
Blogger David Borges said...

It sounded to me like he enjoyed his visit to Georgetown the most. Perhaps that doesn't mean they're the frontrunner, perhaps it does. Don't really know where UConn stands right now.

November 15, 2009 at 9:36 AM 
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