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PG Devin Wilson has George Mason in his final top three

George Mason Basketball: PG Devin Wilson has George Mason in his final top three

Monday, April 01, 2013

PG Devin Wilson has George Mason in his final top three

Point guard Devin Wilson, who recently had a visit to George Mason, has narrowed down his choices to three final schools. Per Western Michigan's affiliate it seems that Wilson cancelled his official visit to Western Michigan and will choose between Virginia Tech, St. Joesph's, and George Mason:


Wilson isn't ruling anything out at this point but has focused his list of around ten scholarship offers to a top three of Virginia Tech, George Mason and St. Joseph's. Those schools are in no order and he's already visited the first two on the list with trip to St. Joe's scheduled for April 11.All three have offered including most recently the Hokies on his visit to Blacksburg.

"I like the style of campuses, the more suburban kind and the opportunity to play at each. All three are looking at me at point guard," he said.

As for his first two visits, Wilson was impressed with the overall atmosphere on both campuses and enjoyed his time with the coaching staffs at both George Mason and Virginia Tech.

"They were both nice and the players that hosted me were great," he said. Each of those three programs are on an equal playing field until Wilson takes his final visit, but he hopes to have a decision wrapped up by the time the signing period beings April 17.


Several schools have jumped into the mix late for Wilson's services. After a couple visits this past weekend, the athletic guard is trying to narrow a list down.

"George Mason and Virginia Tech are showing the most interest." he said. "I just took official visits there this past weekend. I like those coaches and the campuses. It was just an overall good experience."

With national signing day (April 17) not far away, Wilson is looking to make a commitment soon.

"I want to commit about a day or two before signing day," Wilson said. 



Anonymous Andy Minor said...

Do we have a scholarship to give? And if we don't, who is transferring, and why is it Johnny Williams?

4:34 PM  
Anonymous gmuhoops said...

A player could be transferring or a scholarship might not be renewed for another. Scholarships are on a year-to-year basis.

4:35 PM  
Anonymous StopWearingPurple said...

I bet if we were staying in the CAA it would be down to two schools.

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Dale Van Wagner said...

Am I reading into this too much: "I like the style of campuses, the more suburban kind"
VT is not suburban. St Joe's is... kinda. But Fairfax is the most.

2:20 PM  

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