``Everything went well and he definitely wants to go to Virginia," Brewster coach Jason Smith said. "He'll call Pete Gillen in the morning and make it official, but his mind is made up." Joseph, a Trinidad native, welcomed Maryland, Penn State and then Virginia to Brewster on Wednesday.
``I'm tired of the recruiting process," Joseph said just prior to his meeting with Maryland. "I want to end it as soon as possible."
Joseph just returned from an official trip to Virginia this past weekend, which may have sold him on the school.
``Pete Gillen and I have a great relationship and I had a great time on campus," Joseph added. "I met with the whole team and hung out with them. The surroundings seem to fit me."
Joseph played last season alongside Sean Banks at Bergen Catholic and displayed more of a power forward game, but he's clearly more of a wing at the next level.
``He's got great vision," Brewster coach Jason Smith said. "He just knows how to play and understands the game. He passes it and shoots it very well."