In what was really the last story to follow this recruiting period, PG Cory Joseph has decided to play for Texas next year according to Adam Zagoria's Twitter. Joseph, who played for powerhouse Findlay Prep in Las Vegas, was thought to be down to the Villanova Wildcats and Texas Longhorns with a decision coming very soon.
Apparently that decision came this weekend as Joseph has his hearts set on the Longhorns. While this loss isn't the end of the world by any means, it definitely hurts, especially after losing Michael Gilchrist to the Kentucky Wildcats just a couple of weeks ago.
The decision by Joseph leaves Villanova with James Bell and Jayvaughn Pinkston in the Class of 2010. Markus Kennedy and Achraf Yacoubou make up the start of the Class of 2011, with a point guard a must for the next class as Corey Fisher will be leaving. A couple of names to watch out for are Tony Wroten and Quinn Cook.
Make sure to check out VUHoops and Burnt Orange Nation for more coverage on Cory Joseph.
...Tough break...nothing more to say...Jay Wright has his eyes set on Wroten and Cook now for the 2011 PG slot...