While watching senior D.J. Kennedy play such a pivotal role in the success of Pittsburgh Schenley High School, Rivals.com was amazed that his recruitment was dragging its feet. Now that the spring signing scramble has begun, Kennedy is in demand and is presently on the campus of a SEC school.
Following up a visit to the red hot recruiting Xavier, Kennedy will visit Georgia until Friday.
Kennedy, the No. 123 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, is considering five schools.
"Besides Xavier and Georgia, I'm looking at St. John's, Wisconsin and Marquette," said Kennedy. "They've all offered, but Marquette is waiting to see what Dominic James does. I'll probably visit St. John's after this visit, but I'm not sure on Wisconsin. It depends on how the visits go."
D.J. Kennedy scouting report:
A multidimensional wing player, Kennedy can do everything from lockdown the opposing team's top perimeter scorer to handling the ball proficiently in the open court. With his athleticism and energy, he is also a dangerous rebounder on both sides of the court. His long distance shooting is the weaker part of his game, but he can make the timely three-pointer to keep the defense honest.