Just a few weeks ago, Stephen Domingo cut his list down to four. On Monday, he cut it down to just one.
A 6-foot-6 small forward from San Francisco (Calif.) St. Ignatius, the No. 29 player in the class of 2013 committed to Georgetown.
"I've been saying throughout the process that when I figured out what the right fit was that I wouldn't be afraid to let the world know," Domingo told Rivals.com. "The last couple of weeks me and my parents have been having real intense talks about school and we came to the conclusion that Georgetown would be the place for me to become a better person and a better player."
One of the nation's premier jump shooters, Domingo sees his game as a natural fit for Georgetown and their modified Princeton stle offense.
"If you are able to shoot the ball their offense makes the defense honest," said Domingo. "The defense can't sag off you because you can come out and hit the open jumper. If they crowd you then the backdoor cuts open the floor up for the shooters too."
While Domingo sees the offense as a fit, it's the Hoyas defensive principles and dedication that really have him excited.
"For years Georgetown has prided themselves nt heir defense," said Domingo. "That's the next big step for my game and I'm rally looking forward to going there and being a better offensive player but most importantly improving defensively."
Relieved to have the recruiting process over with, Domingo is looking forward to playing this summer and his senior year stress free knowing that his future is secure. He's also looking forward to growing what is already a strong relationship with his future head coach.
"I just feel extremely comfortable with coach Thompson," said Domingo. "He's a recognizable figure in college basketball. Throughout my talks with him and all the games he's been at of mine the feedback hes' given me has helped take my game to the next level in the short time I've known him.
"I can't wait to learn from him more and take my game even further."