- Adam Finkelstein
The Big East might not be college basketball's pre-eminent power conference anymore, but many of its programs are still recruiting at a very high level. Here are the final class rankings for the conference's 10 schools.
John Thompson III has a highly talented incoming freshman class, led by a trio of ESPN 100 forwards. Isaac Copeland is a versatile forward full of upside. He continued to climb the rankings throughout his high school career. His combination of athleticism, skill and basketball acumen will give him a chance to develop into a star for the Hoyas, and he won't be the only incoming freshman to make an immediate impact. Paul White is a skilled and cerebral forward who will be well-utilized within the team's Princeton-style offense. L.J. Peak is a scoring swingman who brings elements of power and athleticism to the lineup. Three-star point guard Tre Campbell rounds out the class and solidifies Georgetown's backcourt depth.
RecruitingNation's Adam Finkelstein grades the 2014 basketball recruiting classes in the Big East after the late signing period.