Friars Links 2.20.12

dave@friarblog —  February 20th, 2012 8:36 PM —  Comments
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ESPN: Nerlens’ Notebook: Kentucky, Cuse visits

Out of all the schools PC is up against for Noel, I suddenly have a weird feeling about Georgetown…

I’m excited about my next few visits, to Florida, North Carolina and Georgetown, but I don’t know what order those visits will be in and I don’t have any dates on those yet. I’ll definitely let you guys know, though.

I’m gonna visit Providence and UConn too because they’re so close to me. I’ve been hearing from all of the coaches from those schools for the most part

YouTube: PC Coach’s Show with Ed Cooley 2.19.12

ZagsBlog: Obekpa, Balamou Visit Big East Schools

From there it was off to Providence, which has Ricky Ledo, Josh Fortune and Kris Dunn signed and is also involved with 2012 shot-blocking superstar Nerlens Noel, who took his weekend official to Kentucky.

“After we left UConn we took about an hour drive over to the Providence-Georgetown game,” Jaklitsch said. “We got a chance to see them play in person after watching them on TV a few times. The fan support was really amazing for their team. They are struggling this year but the place was sold out and the fans supported them to the final buzzer.

“We had already been to Providence in the fall so we saw the Dunkin Donuts center but now this time the place was packed. After the game we had the opportunity to speak with Coach [Ed] Cooley and his staff. They expressed again how much they want Chris and how much they need him. They talked about the opportunity that was available for him if he decides to attend Providence College.”

New London Patch: Whalers Wallop Woodstock Academy In Season Closer [VIDEO]

New London senior guard Kris Dunn scored his 2,000th career point Friday as the Whalers’ boys’ basketball team cruised to an 89-54 victory over Woodstock Academy.

“It felt great,” said Dunn. “I’m just trying to start a new record right now for someone else to break.”

Cox Sports Online: PC-Georgetown Highlights and Post Game

Twitter: @757Teamz

Boys bball: Kecoughtan 68, First Colonial 63. FINAL. Josh Fortune had 31 points, including key 3 pter with 40 seconds left.
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