Class of 2020 wing Jordan Geronimo is currently unranked on recruiting services like 247 sports and ESPN, but don’t expect that to be the case for long.
Geronimo, a 6-foot-5 prospect from Concord, N.H., continues to rake in Division I scholarship offers. Despite not having any stars to his name on those sites, that hasn’t stopped him from being on many college programs’ radars.
He has collected almost 30 offers, with the UConn Huskies being the latest to offer him.
At St. Paul’s (N.H.), Geronimo averaged 14 points, eight rebounds, three blocks, two assists and two steals per game. On the AAU Circuit, playing for Mass Rivals on the Adidas Gauntlet, he averaged close to 10 points per game, but steadily improved as the summer session unfolded, saving his best performances for the end.
He has offers from Big East schools Xavier and Providence. Outside of the Big East, he has offers from West Virginia, Texas A&M, Indiana, Iowa, Georgia, Yale, Boston College, UMass, and many more.
Geronimo has excellent length and can be an efficient scorer. He has the ability to take-and-make the three, but has to be a bit more consistent from long range. Despite this, his ability to score inside is something to note, while also being an impact player in other facets of the game like on defense or rebounding the ball.