Villanova’s super class

With the recent commitment of Daniel Ochefu to the Wildcats, Villanova has the top class of 2012 so far with three top-50 prospects, the most of any team. Along with Ochefu, Villanova has small forward Savon Goodman (#28) and point guard Ryan Arcidiacono (#29) coming in which gives them the most versatile class as well with a floor general, wing-player, and post-player. The Ochefu commitment addresses a huge need for the Wildcats since they have always been guard-heavy and will only have four big men on the roster by the time Ochefu gets to campus. Arcidiacono is also important to this recruiting class because of his tremendous shooting abilities and big-time scoring ability. Goodman brings athleticism and slashing skills to the class as well and will be valuable on the defensive end since he can guard multiple positions. The most exciting thing about this class is that it isn’t anywhere close to being finished yet, the Wildcats can still pick up Amile Jefferson (#11) and Kyle Anderson (#22) among others giving them a “fab five” of their own. The three commits have already begun recruiting Jefferson on behalf of Villanova to join them and create a very exciting recruiting class.

4 comments on “Villanova’s super class

  1. […] (#47). Indiana has a legitimate chance to put together the best recruiting class in a long time (like Villanova), and still has a long time to do it. This class is already superb but with another year to […]

  2. […] shooter and good ball-handler which allows him to utilize dribble-penetration. Johnson, a Villanova commit, uses dribble-penetration and has good court vision as well. He has great size and athleticism and […]

  3. […] Villanova-commit Tyrone Johnson displayed nice court vision and passing skills when he threw two ¾ court-pass that ended. He also did a great job on offense in the first half despite not scoring a point by making good passes and good decisions. […]

  4. […] Villanova-commit Tyrone Johnson was clearly the tournament MVP, and Duke-commit and McDonald’s All-American […]

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