#OTRHoopsReport: Week in Review Oct. 28, 2013


Mt. Pisgah (GA) senior guard pledged to Western Carolina over the weekend

Mt. Pisgah (GA) senior guard pledged to Western Carolina over the weekend

Editor’s Note: “Week in Review” is a regular piece designed to give readers an in depth view of notable basketball players from around the country

Marcus Derrickson pledges to Georgetown

Paul VI (VA) junior forward Marcus Derrickson pledged to Georgetown over the weekend while on his visit. The 6-foot-8 forward is currently ranked at the No. 56 prospect in the 2015 class, Derrickson is Georgetown’s first commitment in the 2015 class.

Four-Star small forward commitments to San Diego State

San Diego State picked up a commitment from small forward Zylan Cheatham. The 6-foot-7 forward is currently listed at the No. 87 prospect in the country according to ESPN.com. Cheatham choose SDSU over Washington and New Mexico

Devin Peterson commits to Western Carolina

2014 Mt. Pisgah (GA) PG Devin Peterson committed to Western Carolina. This smooth lead guard played for the Atlanta All-Stars this past summer. Peterson chose WCU over Liberty, Charleston Southern, and Jacksonville among others.

Khadeem Lattin commits to Oklahoma

Class of 2014 power forward Khadeem Lattin has committed to Oklahoma. The 6’9 Center committed just recently on October 24. The 96th ranked Center joins  Jamuni McNeace as the two commits for the Sooners currently.

Columbia lands Georgia guard

2014 SG Kyle Castlin of Hillgrove (GA) committed to play for Columbia. Castlin is a knockdown shooter with surprising athletic ability, will surely be an impact player for Columbia. Castlin chose Columbia over Ga. State, Ga. Southern, Jacksonville, and Mercer just to name a few.

Minnesota lands their guy

Friday afternoon Minnesota received a commitment from senior guard Nate Mason of Arlington County Day in Florida. Mason is Minnesota’s second commitment in the 2014 class, joining power forward Josh Martin

Indiana picks up second commitment in class of 2014

This weekend Indiana hosted Max Hoetzel of Wilbraham & Monson Academy in Massachusetts. The 6-foot-7 forward had once reclassified to the 2015 class when he made the move from California to his now New England prep school. Hoetzel chose Indiana over Loyola Marymount, Pacific, San Diego, and Utah.

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