More Huestis updates

huestisIn the last week Josh Huestis has been featured in a couple Rivals.com sites. The first was by Chad Groth of BeaverBlitz.com an Oregon State site. After doing the obligatory “when was the last time a Montana player was recruited by Oregon State” (the answer is Jack McGillis only a few years ago… BTW). They reviewed Huestis’s history and then had a short interview with Josh. The only thing I found particularly interesting was when Josh was asked about his favorites.

BeaverBlitz: Top schools on your list?

Huestis: In no order, Oregon State, Gonzaga, USC, Stanford, Harvard and Georgetown.

BeaverBlitz: What interests you about Oregon State University?

Huestis: They play in one of the best conferences in the country and the location is close to Montana. I also like the job Coach Craig Robinson has done so far in turning around the program. I also like the assistants David Grace and Doug Stewart I have talked with both of them.

The second article appeared yesterday by Max Mandel of CardinalReport.com a Stanford Rivals site. In the article it mentions that Stanford did a home visit with Josh in Great Falls on September 14th which included a trip CMR high school where they watched him play. Josh has set up an official visit to Stanford for October 15th.

Of the Stanford program Huestis had the following to say:

“With me, I’m hearing from either Coach Davey or Coach Dawkins,” Josh said. “Coach Dawkins is a great guy and he calls me as much as he can. We will talk about how everything is going, but it doesn’t always have to be about basketball. I just love talking to him, and he has this air about him of wisdom and knowledge.”

“I think it’s great, because it’s like the best of both worlds,” Josh said of Stanford. “You know that the other guys they are recruiting have the same values as you, and they had to work hard in school and basketball. I think that both kind of feed into each other. If you work hard in school, then you are naturally hard-worker, so you will work hard at basketball as well.”

While still waiting word from both Stanford and Harvard as to whether his 4.00 GPA and 31 ACT will be good enough to get admitted to those schools , he again mentions, in no order Oregon St., Stanford, Harvard, and USC, along with Gonzaga and Georgetown as his top schools.


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