Few, Gonzaga land No

  • Jeff Borzello, ESPN

    • Personnel WriterJul 4, 2024, 09:36 PM ET Close Basketball recruiting expert.
    • Joined ESPN in 2014.
    • Graduate of University of Delaware.Top-50 guard Davis Fogle revealed

    his dedication to Gonzaga on Thursday, providing Mark Few his very first recruit in the 2025 class.Fogle recently cut his list to Gonzaga, Creighton and Kansas-but he checked out the Bulldogs’school last weekend and quickly chose to stay in his home state for college. He had actually also taken a see to Nebraska last fall, however the Cornhuskers weren’t an aspect down the stretch.A 6-foot-7 wing from Arizona Compass Prep (Arizona), the Washington native is ranked No. 38 in the ESPN for the class of 2025. He was among the most significant risers of the spring, moving up nearly 40 spots in the ESPN 100 due to his recent play at the NBPA Top 100 and Pangos All American camps, as well as on the Under Armour Rise circuit with the Seattle Select grassroots program.Editor’s Picks At the NBPA camp, Fogle averaged 15.7 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists, shooting almost 59%from inside the arc.ESPN National Recruiting Director Paul

Biancardi compared Fogle to Los Angeles Lakers guard Austin Reaves.Fogle is Gonzaga’s first American high school recruit considering that the 2023

class, as Few landed 4 transfers and Senegal native Ismaila Diagne from Real Madrid in the 2024 class. But Fogle could be the start of a top-level high school group for the Zags in 2025. Gonzaga is also targeting luxury guard Isiah Harwell(No. 13 ), an Idaho native who consisted of the Bulldogs on his last list of 4 and took a main see to Spokane during the season.

Another player on their board is Nikolas Khamenia (No. 31), who has actually taken several journeys to the Zags’school.

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