Recruiting: #1 Sophomore Andre Drummond Visits PC

Posted: August 27, 2009 in Recruiting

Zagsblog reported that the number one player in the class of 2012, Andre Drummond, took an unofficial visit to PC 582253this past week.

Andre Drummond, a 6-9 center out of St. Thomas More (Conn.) and the top prospect in the Class of 2012, took an unofficial visit to Providence Tuesday.

Kevin McNamara over at the ProJo also reported on Drummond’s visit.  McNamara said that this was not the first time that Drummond has taken an unofficial visit to PC.

imagesEstablishing an early relationship with player is key, and that’s exactly what Coach Keno Davis has been doing.  Not much needs to be said about Andre Drummond.  He is currently the number one sophomore in the country and the fact that PC is on his early list of schools of interest is great news.  There is such a long way to go but its good to know that PC is at least in the picture for such a stand out recruit.

Just a little bit about Drummond: He is a 6’10” 250 pound sophomore who, from everything we have read, has a crazy amount of potential.  He is young now but already dominant.  He’s a good athlete and isn’t afraid to mix it up down low.  Obviously a player like this is much needed at PC… a player like this is much needed everywhere.  He is the kind of player that every team has room for and will presumably make an instant impact wherever he winds up.

So for now we can just hope that his relationship with Coach Keno Davis and the rest of the PC family only grows stronger and wish him luck in developing into a great basketball player.  We will surely keep you updated on Andre Drummond.


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