The Gonzaga Bulldogs got some good news on Monday morning as four-star shooting guard Zach Norvell decided on the program. The 6-foot-4 Norvell decided to make the long distance move from Chicago to Spokane and picked the program.
With an absolutely to make shots and a good amount of toughness off the dribble, Norvell is someone who can come in and make plays for Gonzaga. The Bulldogs put in a lot of time and effort with Norvell, and that paid off with a recruiting victory.
In the end Norvell chose Gonzaga over Georgetown, Iowa State, and Florida State. He made official visits to all four schools, but in the end he felt he had the best bond with the coaches in Spokane, and felt it was the best thing for him.
One of the contributing factors was Norvell’s close relationship with former Gonzaga standout Jeremy Pargo. Like Norvell, Pargo is a Chicago native, and seeing the success Pargo had for Gonzaga played a big role in Norvell committing to the program.
This is a big get for the Bulldogs as Norvell is one of the better remaining scoring guards in the country, and it is a solid recruiting win for a national recruit.