Hobbs still recruiting Katuka, Dinc
GW head coach Karl Hobbs is still hot on the trail of potential recruits Joseph Katuka and Ciem Dinc, but neither have signed letters of intention with GW, Director of Athletics Jack Kvancz said. The Orlando Sentinel reported that Katuka, a 6-foot-10 center from Montverde, Fla., signed a letter with the Colonials but Kvancz said that was not true. Dinc, a community college player from Iowa, has also not signed. The Colonials have received three letters of intent for next year’s recruiting class.
GW to travel to Blacksburg next season
The Colonials will visit Blacksburg, Va., next season to face Virginia Tech in a return game for last year’s BB&T Classic. Kvancz expects Providence to play at Smith Center next year but the contract is not signed. He said he is trying to get Air Force to come to Foggy Bottom and expects that GW will play a Missouri Valley Conference team in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center in December.
Kvancz said he is in negotiations to play a “buy game” with a team from the South Eastern Conference but declined to specifiy the team.