No. 23 2018 PG Prentiss Hubb talks unofficial visits

Prentiss Hubb, Scout's 23rd ranked prospect in 2018, has unofficially visited three schools which have offered him, with a four trip potentially coming in the near future.

One of the nation's top point guards in 2018 is Prentiss Hubb, a 6-foot-3, 170-pound four-star prospect out of Washington Gonzaga College, who plays AAU with DC Premier on the UnderArmour circuit.

Scout's 23rd ranked prospect in the class, Hubb describes himself as a versatile point guard.

"My strengths are probably my court vision, finding other players for assists, handling the ball on perimeter and my three-point shot," Hubb said. "I'm working on finishing with contact better, getting stronger and improving my handle."

Hubb listed offers from Xavier, NC State, Cincinnati, George Mason, Georgetown, Maryland, Towson, Penn State, Virginia, USC, Wake Forest and Marquette but doesn't have any schools that stand out to him at this point.

"I'm not really looking at it like that right now," he said. "I'm just trying to play basketball and get better."

Hubb has unofficially visited three schools, while he hopes to see a fourth program soon.

"I've been to Maryland, Georgetown, Virginia and I'm planning on going to Xavier over the summer," Hubb said, before going into more detail on those programs.

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Maryland: "It was a really good environment. I've been there a couple times to watch games and they're a really good program. I like them a lot because they play through their guards with ball screens a lot. It's overall a good school."

Georgetown: "It's a really good campus. When they have big games it's really intense there. They play hard and have a system offense."

Virginia: "I went when they played North Carolina so it was a really big game. The fans were really hyped. I like the coaches; they're trying to form a bond. I know I can trust them."

Xavier: "I don't know when but I plan on trying to go there. I like the way they play. I talk to their coaches and they say they really like me. They know the type of offense I like with a lot of ball screens and that's how they play."

As of now, Hubb doesn't plan on making a decision any time soon.

"Probably not until the beginning of my senior year," he said.


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