Boston College lands shooting guard
In head coach Steve Donahue's system, it is imperative that Boston College have plenty of perimeter shooters. They landed one from the class of 2013 on Tuesday.
Three-star shooting guard Darryl Hicks, a 6-foot-3 senior at Louisville (Kent.) Trinity, made the call for the Eagles after a weekend visit.
Trinity head coach Mike Szabo confirmed with the Louisville Courier-Journal what sources had been saying when he indicated that Hicks had committed following his visit.
A former Rivals150 prospect, Hicks fits the athletic profile of an ACC player. He has excellent strength to go along with his size. Hicks is also a good athlete and has outstanding range on his jumper.
Hicks is a finalist for the state of Kentucky's Mr. Basketball award and has more to his arsenal than just jump-shooting. He handles pretty well, can play physical defense and has good passing instincts.
In the fall, Hicks took an official visit to Western Kentucky and also had interest from others such as Murray State, Wake Forest and Texas A&M.
Hicks is the Eagles' second recruit for the 2013 class, joining three-star wing Garland Owens.
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