August 6, 2020UConn, Maryland, Seton Hall, Marquette, Georgia Louisville, Texas, LSU, Xavier, Wake Forest and Notre Dame have been involved for Hawkins, ranked the No. 11 shooting guard in his class by 247Sports.com. “Jordan is the perfect blend of elite athleticism with an ability to shoot the ball at an elite level,” DeMatha coach Mike Jones said. “He also has embraced being a tremendous defender. Whichever college program he chooses will be getting someone who will be able to contribute at a high level immediately and that will only increase as he gets stronger.
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After further consideration and talking with my family we have reconsidered putting out my top 11. Be on the lookout for a commitment date soon. #respectmydecision— Jordan Hawkins (@golive23) July 31, 2020