Kyle Lowry will be on an official visit. His Cardinal Dougherty teammate, re-classified junior Shane Clark, will be on an unofficial. There's a chance that Villanova could get both.
will be on an official visit. His Cardinal Dougherty teammate, re-classified 6-7 junior forward Shane Clark
, will be on an unofficial. There's a chance that Villanova could get both.
The hard-nosed 5-11, 180-pound Lowry, who has had to rearrange a list that once included UConn and Xavier, is now looking at Arkansas, Pittsburgh and 'Nova.
``It's 90 percent that they will go to Villanova this weekend," Lowry's brother/AAU coach Lonnie Lowry said.
While Lonnie Lowry denied that his younger brother could pull the trigger this weekend, sources close to the situation believe it's not out of the question that both players could leave the campus as future Wildcats.
It would be a huge get for Jay Wright's program, which is also in good shape with St. Benedict's (N.J.) forward Alex Galindo and St. John's (D.C.) swingman Dwayne Anderson.