NCB On The Trail: Tre Campbell

ESPN 100 small forward/shooting guard L.J. Peak (Gaffney, S.C./Gaffney) committed to Georgetown on Tuesday night over South Carolina and Florida State, giving the Hoyas their third commitment in the 2014 class and moving them to No. 6 in the class rankings.

"I picked Georgetown because I want to win and they will help me develop my game to get to the next level (NBA)," said Peak, who is planning on taking his official visit to Georgetown in August.

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Dave TelepESPN 100 wing L.J. Peak committed to Georgetown, giving the Hoyas their third 2014 commitment so far.
This is a huge pickup for coach John Thompson III and his staff.
There are always tough omissions when compiling any list, and more so when it’s a list of the top hoops prospects in the country. Our staff agonized over several players in deliberations for the Class of 2014’s ESPN 100 rankings, which we released today, and several quality players just fell short of making the list. Here’s a look at 12 fringe top 100 guys, keeping in mind some of them may eventually sneak in the next edition of the rankings or at some point before the end of their senior year.

Note: Schools involved is a combination of programs that have offered and others with interest in that particular recruit.

Tre Campbell (D.C./St. John’s College)
PG, 6-2, 160
Committed to Georgetown

Dishing out assists is this future Hoya's calling card. He is stellar at penetrating and kicking, attacking defenders in transition and knowing when to call his own number in the half-court set.

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2014 PG Campbell commits to Hoyas

May, 8, 2013
Junior point guard Tre Campbell (Washington, D.C./St. John's College High) verbally committed to Georgetown on Wednesday, has confirmed.

The 6-foot-2, three-star prospect chose the Hoyas over multiple offers, including Charlotte, George Mason, Maryland, Pittsburgh and St. Joseph's, among others. He is the second commitment from the 2014 class for the Hoyas, joining ESPN 60 forward Isaac Copeland (Raleigh, N.C./The Miller School).