According to a report published by Steve Yanda of The Washington Post, Moses Abraham, the 6-9 forward from Progressive Christian Academy, has committed to play for Georgetown.
Abraham, a 6-foot-9 forward in the Class of 2010, orally committed Thursday to play for Georgetown. Abraham arrived in the United States last November and had been recruited by Indiana, Maryland, Tennessee and UCLA, among others.
Abraham made a two-day official visit to Indiana earlier this week, after which Joe Boncore, Abraham’s adviser, had what he called “a long talk” with Georgetown Coach John Thompson III and former Georgetown Coach John Thompson II. Following that discussion, Abraham chose to commit to the Hoyas.
If this report is indeed accurate, and all signs indicate that it is, the focus now shifts to Will Yeguete and John Wilkins as potential front court additions for Indiana this spring. We’ll hopefully have more on this development later, but thus far we’ve been unsuccessful in contacting Boncore.
Related: Boncore tells ZagsBlog that Abraham’s uncle wants him to go to Georgetown, so he’s going to Georgetown.
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