2019 Stud Forward Greg Gantt Commits to the Providence Friars


Greg Gantt, one of, if not THE, top target for Ed Cooley and the Providence Friars, committed to the Friars via his personal twitter page earlier this afternoon.

Gantt is an extremely versatile wing who Ed Cooley and the Friars have been on for well over a year, offering the North Carolina kid all the way back in July of 2017.  The Friars were one of the first high majors to offer Gantt and were able to see the potential in him very early.  Gantt is a player who can not only fill it up, but also guard against pretty much every position on the floor.

His relationship with both Cooley and the rest of the Friars coaching staff, most notably Jeff Battle, has been well documented and the fit with Gantt and PC seems to work on a scholastic, athletic, and personal level.  Gantt has spoken very highly of Cooley and their relationship in the past and the same can be said about Cooley of Gantt.  This seems like the perfect pairing of a coach and a player.

Greg talks about his relationship with Cooley and PC starting at about the 1:45 mark here:

Earlier this year, Gantt had narrowed his list of schools down to a Final 9 and even set some official visit dates soon after.  His commitment to Providence comes before any of those scheduled visits came to be.

Gantt has risen up to a Top-60 recruit and is a humongous get for the Providence Friars.  He is the first to commit to the Friars 2019 class.  I can already tell that Friartown is going to absolutely love how this guy plays and how he carries himself both on and off the court.


Welcome to Friartown Greg!

2 thoughts on “2019 Stud Forward Greg Gantt Commits to the Providence Friars

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