It’s the smallest of recruiting classes, but Notre Dame men’s basketball coach Mike Brey hopes it still turns out to be a big win for the Fighting Irish.
D.J. Harvey, a 6-foot-4, four-star recruit from DeMatha Catholic High School in Maryland, signed his letter of intent Wednesday as the only recruit in this year’s class for Notre Dame.
“We have recruited D.J. Harvey for over three years and have always felt he is a great fit,” Brey said in a news release.
Harvey moved to Washington, D.C., from Huntsville, Ala., prior to his high school career. As a junior last year, Harvey averaged 15.4 points, seven rebounds and four assists per game.
“He’s a big guard with a complete skill set,” Brey said. “He has a feel for the game and a great shooting stroke. Add in his athletic ability and high basketball IQ and we feel he will fit really well into our system. He has been our No. 1 target for two years and we are thrilled that he will be joining us.”