Creighton lands important wing target

THE LIST: Class of 2014 Rivals150
During the summer, Leon Gilmore had to pick his spots.
Playing a loaded Houston Hoops team that featured three five-star wings, the 6-foot-7 forward from Missouri City (Texas) Manvel wasn't featured as primarily as he could have been on another team. But, he was very effective.
Now, the No. 121 player in the 2014 Rivals150 feels like he's found his next home in Creighton.
Gilmore confirmed his commitment to Matt Perrault of the and he is a solid addition for the Blue Jays.
Whether he is able to be more prominently featured on the college level, Gilmore will be productive. He has athleticism, a strong frame, a nose for the ball and a good enough skill set to get on the floor pretty early at Creighton.
His willingness to hit the glass and fill lanes in transition gets him some easy buckets and adjusting to the physicality of college shouldn't be an issue for him.
Gilmore is Creighton's first commitment out of the class of 2014.
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