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A Wright/Freeman Backcourt?

Could Georgetown land two of the Washington area's top guards? It seems possible, if not likely.

All-Met guard Austin Freeman of DeMatha committed to the Hoyas before last season and two-time All-Met guard Chris Wright of St. John's has narrowed his choices to Georgetown, North Carolina State and Pittsburgh.

Wright has taken official visits to all three of those schools, as well as Wake Forest, though the Demon Deacons no longer are under consideration, according to Wright's father, Orlando.

"Those are the final three," Orlando Wright said. "There are no more visits. No more places he's going to go."

Chris Wright had committed to N.C. State in January, but opened things up after Herb Sendek left for Arizona State following the season. New Wolfpack Coach Sidney Lowe has kept State in the mix.

Wright could make his choice in time to sign a letter-of-intent during the early period next month.

By Josh Barr  | September 20, 2006; 1:30 PM ET
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Can you tell me who MD is recruiting? It seems like they have lost control of this area.

Posted by: John | September 20, 2006 5:22 PM | Report abuse

Thanks, Josh, for the info. It is official now. Wright committed to Georgetown this afternoon.

Posted by: Bill Baxter | October 10, 2006 5:42 PM | Report abuse

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