Scott Drew is recruiting so well at Baylor, it's no longer a surprise when elite players commit to the Bears.
of Westbury Christian (Houston, Texas)
and the Houston Hoops club program continued the flow of talent to the Waco campus Saturday by giving Drew and his ascending program a verbal commitment. The announcement came via Facebook at around 3:30 p.m. EST.
"I have committed to Baylor University!! Sic em!!" Rose wrote.
Rose, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound pass-first point guard, is rated No. 63 in the MaxPreps Class of 2012 Top 100. He was regarded as a Top 25-caliber prospect in the class early in his high school career. He joined Top 100 guards Rasheed Sulaimon
(Duke verbal commitment) and J-Mychal Reese
(Texas A&M) in the backcourt for Houston Hoops over the summer, averaging 8.8 assists per game in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League finals.
The future Bear began his high school career at Second Baptist
in Houston but transferred to Westbury Christian following his junior season.
Rose joins a 2012 recruiting class for Baylor that already includes five-star 7-footer Isaiah Austin