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On Friday morning, Kevin Warne and the Georgetown Hoyas landed a commitment from McCallie (Tenn.) 2024 attackman Zach Chari. He is the 10th commitment in the class for the Hoyas and second at the attack position.
What Georgetown is Getting:
One of the 20 players I pegged as the best from the South of the ’24 cycle and rated as a four-star by NLF, the aspect of Chari’s game that stands out most immediately is his is physicality. Standing 6-foot-2, 215-pounds, he knows how to use contact to his advantage and bully around opposing defenders on the regular. Whether dodging from behind the cage at X or on the wings, he can fight through the defense and get to the rack. He is especially good and utilizing the inside role to get scoring opportunities. Putting up 74 points off 49 goals and 25 assists last spring, he is also very much able to use his speed to his advantage to beat his man and get quality looks on cage. Drawing a lot of attention from defenses, he is also able to find those open teammates for assist opportunities.
What is Means For Georgetown:
Chari is the second attackman in the class, joining Jack Ransom (Charlotte Catholic, N.C.). The pair give the Hoyas a really nice haul at the position thus far to help highlight what looks to be a strong offensive class overall for Kevin Warne and company.
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