It’s been a busy recruiting season for the Golden Eagles, who have added seven players to their 2017 class.
The six commits to their class are guard J.P. Brown, forward Jameson O’Brien, guard Zach Stuckey, guard Alex Smith and forward Andrew Okafor.
The five others who have committed are forward Tyler Lewis, guard Andrew Hinch, guard Ryan Suter, forward Aaron Gordon, guard Austin Brown and guard/forward J.J. Nelson.
The Golden Eagles also added two transfers, forward Taegan Young, and guard Dontae Davis.
The team has also added five commit commits, guard Chris Walker and forward Jarnell Williams.
Here is a look at all the new players that have committed to the Golden Eagle’s class:J.
P Brown: The 6-foot-4 Brown was a McDonald’s All-American in 2016-17, where he led the team in scoring (17.4 points per game) and field goals made (4.7 per game).
Brown is also an All-America selection and an honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection in 2016.
Brown played for head coach Matt Painter in high school and was a two-time All-State selection at Washington.
He was a first-team All-USA selection at the 2016 NBA Combine.
He was an honorable-mention All-Big 12 selection and a two year starter for the Huskies.
He led the conference in scoring and field goal percentage, and had a perfect .529 shooting percentage in 2017-18.
He is committed to Michigan State.
J Stuckeys: Stucks is a 5-star prospect that committed to Pitt on Tuesday.
Stuchers is the No. 7 prospect in the 2017 class and the No, 3 prospect in 2017 class according to Rivals.
Stuks is the 6th-ranked player in the class, according to ESPN.
He committed to Purdue last weekend.
Suter: The 5-10, 190-pound Stucers is a 6-8, 185-pound senior that committed on Monday.
He also committed to Penn State on Tuesday, according and ESPN.
Stukes is a three-star player, according the 247Sports Composite, and is the 13th player in Michigan State history to commit.
He will play in his second season at Michigan State and will be eligible to play immediately.SUTTER: He was the No and No. 8 recruit in the 2018 class, per 247Sports.
The 6’7, 220-pound guard committed to Cal on Monday, according 247Sports and ESPN and committed to Washington State on Friday.
He played for former coach Jim Harbaugh in college, and will play for him in the NBA this season.SZT: Stasiuk is a guard/center who is a four-star recruit and the 7th-rated player in this class according ESPN.
The 5’11, 190 pound senior is a two time All-Region selection, according ESPN and Scout.
He had a career-best .539 shooting percentage from the field last season, according CollegeInsider.
Stasius is committed in 2018 and is expected to be a first round pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
Jordin Johnson: Johnson is a six-foot, 205-pound forward from Oakland, California that committed Tuesday.
Johnson is rated as the No 3 player in 2018, according Rivals.
Johnson played at the McDonald’s Senior Bowl, which took place in Mobile, Alabama, last month.
He averaged 17.3 points and 9.3 rebounds per game in his senior season, leading the Raiders in scoring.
He earned the All-Ivy League first team accolades in 2017 and the All, New York and Indiana Player of the Year awards.
He recorded 19 double-doubles in 2017.
Johnson is a former McDonald’s all-American and a consensus top-25 prospect, according his 247Sports composite rankings.
He received an invitation to the 2017 NBA Draft Combine.
He has committed to Wisconsin in 2020 and Michigan in 2021.