Georgetown receives commitment from top 30 recruit for 2013

Georgetown receives commitment from top 30 recruit for 2013
May 21, 2012, 5:29 pm
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While the Georgetown Hoyas await a decision from the lone remaining uncommitted top prospect in the 2012 class, a prominent member of the 2013 faction has let it be known he intends on coming to the Hilltop.Junior small forward Stephen Domingo committed to the Hoyas, multiples outlets have reported. The California native is ranked No. 30 in CBSSports.com's top 100 list for 2013.According to the CBSSports report,the 6-foot-7 Domingo"has very good skills for someone his size, possessing great shooting range and good ball-handling skills when running the break. Domingo has a high basketball IQ and plays within the offense.""I feel that I can develop as a person and player at Georgetown," Domingo told CBSSports.com. "And my versaility will flourish there."The first member of the Hoyas 2013 class, Domingo picked Georgetown over Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Harvard. In 2013-14 he would join a projected forward rotationincludingrising sophomore's Otto Porter, Greg Whittington and Mikael Hopkins, junior banger Nate Lubick plus incoming freshman Brandon Bolden.