Notre Dame basketball recieved a huge commit from a four-star guard out of the Washington D.C. area.
Prentiss Hubb is the newest commit to the Fighting Irish’s 2018 class. The four-star point guard is ranked 45th in the country, according to Rivals.com, standing 6’2, 155-pounds.
With the athleticism and pure shooting ability Hubb brings, he’s been one of the most hunted recruits in the country. Thanks to Mike Brey and the Notre Dame coaching staff, Hubb becomes the first Irish commit for the 2018 class, joining DJ Harvey as some big name recruits out of D.C headed to South Bend.
Adding to his successful recruiting career, Brey snags Hubb, who’ll come in just as Matt Farrell leaves. Perfect timing for a player who can step in and immediately fill any void the Fighting Irish need him to.
Watching Hubb play, you can see the development he’s made throughout high school. Throughout his career, he’s developed some of the best ball handles in his class. Whether he’s driving or looking to pass, Hubb constantly keeps defenders spinning as he works and reads defenses.
Hubb will join DJ Harvey, T.J. Gibbs and Rex Pflueger in the backcourt in 2018. As Mike Brey continues to develop this squad, Notre Dame will continue to rise. By adding Hubb, they may be looking to make 2018 the program’s most impressive year yet.
There is a lot of offseason left before Notre Dame is ready to take the court once again. But by starting the recruiting season off strong, the Fighting Irish get an early boost for the 2017 offseason.
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