Happy Friday Nova Nation! Yesterday Jay Wright and the coaching staff extended another Class of 2021 offer to 5-Star shooting guard Langston Love:
Love is ranked 19th in the class per 247 Sports, and is the 3rd best SG in the class. He becomes the fifth 5-star recruit offered by Villanova in the 2021 Class, and the third outside Jay Wright’s recruiting hotbed of Philly, NYC, and DC. Langston hails from Cibolo, Texas, further proof that Wright has elevated the program to the elite levels where the entire country is his recruiting grounds.
The elite guard holds offers from several schools already, including Baylor, Houston, Oklahoma, Stanford, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and UCLA to name a few. And that’s likely not the end of the list as he’s sure to draw the eye of some of the other blue blood programs by the end of the summer.
In other “news”, Jay Wright hypes up Paschall, a Josh Hart Fortnite update, and Jalen Brunson still bleeds green. Enjoy!
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