2019 has been nothing but good for Jordan Geronimo (Concord, N.H./St. Paul’s School), a Class of 2020 wing whose recruitment skyrocketed over the course of the last six months.
After the high school season ended, Geronimo entered the AAU circuit as a relative unknown. He wasn’t ranked by recruiting services, and he had limited offers. Since then, he’s had numerous suitors vying for his talents, and he’s climbed the charts with each and every offer he obtained.
Now, Geronimo sits as a top 100 and four-star prospect—according to 247 Sports. Since Mar. 1, he piled up over 25 Division I scholarship offers.
No longer a secret on the basketball court, Geronimo’s stock exploded, and he’s seen enough to make a decision. After taking his first visit to Indiana over the Labor Day weekend, he decided to commit to the Hoosiers.
Congrats to @JordanGeronimo2!! He is 100% COMMITTED to @IndianaMBB. So proud of this young man who stayed humble & never stopped working as his stock rose and rose. Going to have a fantastic career. Love that he's staying in red! @spsathletic @StPaulsSchoolNH #GoBigRed pic.twitter.com/dwsTQZxOcL— St. Paul's School Basketball (@spsmbb) September 3, 2019
The Providence Friars and Xavier Musketeers were just two of the many schools that offered the four-star wing. Providence offered him in mid-July, and then Xavier got involved a couple weeks later.
Apart from those two, he also had offers from the likes of UConn, West Virginia, Penn State, Boston College, Penn, Yale, Texas A&M, Utah, Virginia Tech, Iowa, Georgia, St. Bonaventure, UMass, Brown, Lehigh, Drexel, and many others.
For St. Paul’s, this past season, Geronimo averaged 14 points, eight rebounds, two assists, and three blocks per game.
On the AAU circuit, he averaged just under 10 points per game throughout the spring and summer for Mass Rivals, but saved his best performances for last. Overall, he was pretty efficient on the floor, converting on 53.6 percent of his shot attempts.