Quincy Douby, a lanky 6-3, 172 pound sharpshooter from Grady H.S. in Brooklyn, N.Y., committed to Hofstra.
"I just felt comfortable," Douby said. "I feel I can be a better player at Hofstra. I feel very comfortable with the coaches and players."
Most observors thought Douby was headed to Seton Hall. However, over the past weekend, Douby changed his thought process.
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"I really feel that with the players and coaches at Hofstra I can do really well there," Douby said. "I have known the players and coaches for a long time."
Previously, Douby said he had a top three list of Seton Hall, Villanova and Hofstra.
Douby had previously knocked his list down to five colleges, with George Mason and Rutgers rounding out his list.
A perimeter marksman, Douby has an overall smooth floor game. He can shoot off the bounce, has a quick shot release and can bring the ball up on offense (though he is not really a pure point). His one glaring weakness at this stage is his general lack of physical strength, and he often has trouble finishing contested shots around the basket.