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Wake Forest transfer Chaundee Brown picked Michigan over Gonzaga and Illinois.
Gonzaga’s incoming class of Jalen Suggs, Julian Strawther and Dominick Harris – self-dubbed the Tricky Trio – is No. 11 in 247sports’ composite final rankings for 2020. That edges out last year’s six-player class that checked in at No. 13 as the highest in school history.
Paolo Banchero, one of the top players in the 2021 class, lists Gonzaga among his six finalists.
Gonzaga 2020 commit Jalen Suggs is among seven on MaxPreps.com’s national player of the year watch list.
Hunter Sallis, a four-star combo guard in the 2021 class, will visit Gonzaga this weekend.
The coach didn’t have a single worry about how his best player and Gonzaga’s newest commitment, Jalen Suggs, would handle two huge games sandwiched around the announcement of his college destination on national television.
That changed Friday night when Suggs announced his commitment to Gonzaga, removing his jacket to reveal a ‘Zag Up’ shirt on ESPN2.
Five-star recruit Jalen Suggs, who lists Gonzaga among his potential destinations, has moved up his announcement to Friday night, one day earlier than planned.
Georgetown transfer James Akinjo is reportedly considering Gonzaga among other options.
Longtime Gonzaga commitments Dominick Harris and Julian Strawther made it official Wednesday.
Jalen Suggs, a standout prep guard who visited Gonzaga last month, is expected to announce his future plans Jan. 4.
Gonzaga appears to be in the mix for another highly rated class of 2021 big man from the Pacific Northwest. Nathan Bittle, a 6-foot-10, 180-pound center at Crater High in Center Point, Oregon, indicated he plans to visit the Zags in the near future.
Dominick Harris orally committed to Gonzaga last year as a sophomore in high school, and from the moment he agreed to become a Bulldog, he has been the ultimate hype-man for fellow recruits.
Gonzaga freshman center Oumar Ballo will participate in Kraziness in the Kennel on Saturday, but the Zags are waiting for a determination on his eligibility this season.
Walker Kessler, who was scheduled to visit Gonzaga on Oct. 5 for Kraziness in the Kennel, verbally committed to North Carolina on Sunday night.
Chet Holmgren, a skilled 7-foot center from Minneapolis who recently moved up to No. 2 in 247sports.com’s class of 2021 rankings, plans on visiting Gonzaga on Saturday, Oct. 5, for Kraziness in the Kennel,
Paolo Banchero, one of the top recruits in the 2021 class, has scheduled a January visit to Gonzaga.
Gonzaga’s next recruiting class keeps getting bigger in numbers and size. Oumar Ballo, a 6-foot-10, 260-pound center from Mali, orally committed to the Zags on Saturday night shortly before the start of the Gonzaga-BYU game, according to a source.
What better way to introduce a new signee than to be front row of the McCarthey Athletic Center soaking up Kennel Club’s rendition of “Zombie Nation” and witnessing a clutch game-winning shot from one of the top players in the country?
A league title. A state championship. Tournament MVP. State player of the year. Signed commitment to the beloved hometown Division I basketball program. What’s next for Gonzaga Prep’s Anton Watson?