Georgetown lands another versatile frontcourt player

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Headed into this weekend's official visit to Georgetown, four-star forward Paul White had been considered a lean to the Hoyas.
Now the 6-foot-8 senior forward from Chicago (Ill.) Whitney Young, who ranks No. 54 in the Rivals150, is off the board.
Early Sunday morning, sources indicated to that White had made a verbal commitment to the Hoyas.
A versatile and skilled forward who is capable of playing at the small or power spot, White looks to be a perfect match for the Princeton style. He is a very good passer, makes jumpers from the high post and is a crafty baseline finisher.
Throughout his career, White has tantalized with potential while frustrating with inconsistency. During July, he looked to be bringing it all together before a broken arm at the Peach Jam ended his summer.
With White in the fold, the Hoyas have an outstanding 2014 recruiting class featuring four Rivals150 players. Combo forward Isaac Copeland checks in at No. 36, while small forward L.J. Peak comes in at No. 76 and point guard Tre Campbell is No. 115 overall.
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