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Class of 2019 guard Justin Moore commits to Villanova

And the rich get richer!

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Happy Thursday Nova Nation! It’s a great day to be a Wildcat as last night Class of 2019 guard Justin Moore verbally committed to Villanova via twitter. The minimal frills and hoopla around the late evening announcement is a great indicator of the type of player Moore is. He’s focused, driven, and just wants to win.

Sounds like another Villanova all-time great to me!

In other “news”, Jay Wright is doing everything from education rallies with the former first lady to throwing out the first pitch for Nova against Army, and as always, ‘Crootin, ‘Cruitin, and more Crouton.

Four-star DeMatha guard Justin Moore verbally commits to Villanova | The Washington Post
Moore, one of the top junior guards in the Washington D.C. area, took an unofficial visit to Villanova on Tuesday that finalized his decision.

Villanova’s Jay Wright a busy man since winning another title | NBC Sports
Villanova head coach Jay Wright has been a busy man since winning another national championship.

Nova's Wright fetes hoops title with pope-pourri of events | SFGate
Thanks to CoNovaFan for posting this in the comments yesterday!

'Ignore the haters,' Michelle Obama tells 8,000 Philly students | The Morning Call
Michelle Obama has a lot in common with many of the 8,000 Philadelphia students who packed the Liacouras Center Wednesday. Villanova's basketball team was on hand.

Five programs with buzz at the live period in Indianapolis | Cats Illustrated
The Villanova staff is keeping their eyes on a number of recruits.

Second Inning Burst Powers Wildcats Past Army West Point, 12-4 |
Jay Wright was there to throw out the first pitch.

Will Albany City Rocks' Guard Joe Girard Be A Two-Sport Star In College? | FloHoops
Joe Girard is the all-time leading scorer in New York state history. He's also a star quarterback on the gridiron. Will he play both at the next level?

College basketball recruiting winners: Duke up; Syracuse down |
Almost all of the top recruits have made their college decisions, setting the hierarchy for the 2018–19 basketball season.