The Villanova Wildcats offered four-star, class of 2022 guard Corey Floyd Jr. on Monday night.
Beyond blessed to receive an offer from Villanova University ❗️ pic.twitter.com/gb9XDNqq7R— Corey Floyd Jr. (@CoreyFloydJr) November 24, 2020
A standout player at New Jersey powerhouse Roselle Catholic, Floyd originally announced his final seven list over a week ago, trimming his extensive list of offers down to just Miami, Rutgers, Wake Forest, Florida, UConn, Auburn, and his father’s alma mater, Providence.
He confirmed that the Wildcats are now in consideration along with those other schools.
Last season, he averaged just over 11 points per game in a crowded rotation. He is a strong, physical guard that excels at finishing inside. The 6-foot-4 combo guard also has a dependable and improving three-point shot.
Aside from Floyd, Jay Wright and the Wildcats have three other active class of 2022 offers — four-star point guard Mark Armstrong (South Orange, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep), four-star wing Justice Williams (Philadelphia, Pa./Montverde Academy), and five-star big man Jalen Duren (New Castle, Del/Montverde Academy), the No. 2-ranked prospect nationally in his class.