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2018 G Hubb hearing from plenty

Prentiss Hubb spent the travel season playing with DC Premier in the Under Armour Association, and the four-star guard scored a lot of points along the way. College basketball programs are always looking to add bucket getters to their rosters, so it should come as no surprise that Hubb is beginning to hear from some of nation’s top teams.

Maryland and Virginia stopped by his school this week to check in on him. Villanova, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Marquette and Xavier have also been involved. Hubb has made trips to Maryland and Villanova in recent months.

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IN HIS OWN WORDS

Hubb broke down what stands out about each school involved in his recruitment.

Georgetown: “It’s an easy offense to adapt to because they run the same offense Gonzaga runs here now.

Maryland: “It’s a really good program. I got to see their new pieces with the incoming freshmen and how they play.”

Notre Dame: “I like the production and what they do with their guards and how beneficial their program is to guards that come through their program.”

Villanova: “That’s always a great program. I like the offense they run with a lot of ball screens and stuff like that. That could fit in to how I play.”

Virginia: “They are a good program too. I’m trying to take a visit down there soon before the season gets started just to see them practice and see how they play a little more.”

WHAT'S NEXT?

A visit to Virginia is likely the next move for Hubb as he moves along with the recruiting process. There could be other schools that get him on campus throughout the basketball season as well. He’s hoping to wrap up the recruiting process toward the back end of his junior year.

RIVALS' REACTION

Maryland has certainly made an impression on Hubb by stopping by his school to see him and getting him on campus. Virginia is a school he appears to be very interested in doing more research on. He also seemed very intrigued by what Mike Brey has done with his guards at Notre Dame. Those three schools could be tough to beat as Hubb goes along with the recruiting process.