Georgetown has been busy the past two days, offering three players in the class of 2018.
On Sunday, they offered Toledo, Ohio shooting guard Houston King. King, an attendee of St. John’s Jesuit, has three standing offers now with the Hoyas now in the mix, having received ones from Bethune-Cookman and Kent State.
Blessed and honored to receive an offer from Georgetown University! #Gohoyas pic.twitter.com/gglBgweEpl— Huey King (@hkballislife) July 16, 2017
King is unranked on 247Sports as of now, and stands at 6-foot-4, 170 lbs.
The Hoyas then were active on Monday, offering a three-star player and a four-star player in the class of 2018. Javian Fleming, a center from Canton, Mississippi and Immanuel Bates, a four-star power forward from Fayetteville, North Carolina, received offers from Georgetown as the week began.
Georgetown has offered 2018 Team Thad big man Javian Fleming @ronbailey19— Corey Evans (@coreyevans_10) July 17, 2017
Blessed to receive an offer from Georgetown University #GoHoyas pic.twitter.com/RqiqjE4T2f— Manny Bates (@iamImmanuel12) July 17, 2017
Fleming is ranked sixth among recruits in the state of Mississippi, with four-star small forward Robert Woodard leading that charge. The 6-foot-9, 230-pound big man ranks 31st among centers and 296th overall in America.
Bates, meanwhile, ranks seventh among hoopers in the state of North Carolina. The leader in the Tar Heel State is Tar Heels commit Coby White, as Bates finds himself in good company, sandwiched between sixth-ranked Ian Steere, a Creighton commit, and eighth-ranked Jarren McAllister, a Virginia Tech commit.
New Hoyas head coach Patrick Ewing is still currently in pursuit of their first commit for 2018.