The Villanova Wildcats stay winning on the recruiting trail. Jay Wright & Co. learned Tuesday night that they received a commitment from one of the top power forwards in the nation. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl of IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida is the latest to commit to the vaunted program, loading up an already elite class even more.
Robinson-Earl chose Villanova over the Kansas Jayhawks among others, giving ‘Nova another impact player in 2019. He joins Bryan Antoine as the two five-stars in Wright’s 2019 class, as well as four-stars Justin Moore and Eric Dixon.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl is the 18th-ranked recruit in the nation in 2019. He ranks fourth among all power forwards, in the company of Jaden McDaniels, Matthew Hurt and USC Trojans commit Isaiah Mobley. He is also ranked fourth in the state of Florida, alongside Vernon Carey, former Bronx native Precious Achiuwa and his IMG Academy teammate, Arizona Wildcats commit Josh Green. Put it simply, he is among the elite in the 2019 class.
Villanova’s class will be ranked 2nd in the nation once the 247Sports system readjusts. Their highest finish ever was 4th back in 2009, so this would be their highest finish ever if that holds. Chances are it might not considering there’s lots of impact recruits out there still. But take notice y’all: ‘Nova ain’t going anywhere any time soon.