Virginia Basketball Recruiting
Everything you need to know about Gertrude’s game and how his commitment impacts the future of the program.
Tony Bennett gets his second commit of the 2023 class.
The guys from Hooz Got Next jump on the pod to give us all the notable updates on UVA basketball recruiting and chat about the 2022-2023 team.
Elijah Gertrude and TJ Power have listed UVA among their final five while the ‘Hoos are still involved with PG Elmarko Jackson.
The latest release from 247Sports places Virginia ahead of every ACC school except Duke.
The New York native joins an already stacked 2022 class for the Wahoos.
Virginia’s top remaining target of the 2022 class visited last Saturday and is set to announce his college decision this Saturday.
Tony Bennett gets another huge commit in the 2022 class.
Milicic Jr. had a unique recruiting process aided by a former Wahoo legend. Now, he looks forward to his first year as a Cavalier next season.
Virginia lands its second commitment of the 2021 class in talented 6’9" Pole Igor Milicic Jr.
Versatile scoring wing follows in the mold of lottery pick De’Andre Hunter
Meanwhile brother Joey Hauser is headed to Michigan State
Virginia gets some help in the backcourt from Italian sharpshooter.
After winning the NCAA Tournament’s South Region, the Hoos were welcomed warmly on Sunday afternoon
Plus, Becky Sauerbrunn stays the GOAT.
Current sophomore is one of the nation’s top prospects in his class (yes, class of 2021)
From the hardwood to the gridiron, all the news on future Hoos
Commits Shedrick, Morsell both rank in updated top 70
Argentinian big man bumped up to a four-star recruit after outstanding performance.
Virginia enters next season with minimum proven depth. How did that happen?
Hoos’ first commit of the class of 2019 hails from nearby Washington DC
All the dates a die-hard fan needs to know
Kody Stattmann and Kihei Clark sign their National Letters of Intent
And UVa fans shouldn’t care
Hoo committed and Hoo is still on the board?
Virginia lands a graduate transfer to fill an immediate gap