It hasn’t been since 1776 that we’ve seen a coup like this.
A few days after landing stud PG Carter Whitt, Steve Forbes got word another target of his would be joining the fold.
This morning a talented youngster out of Great Britain, Cameron Hildreth(fantastic name), committed to Wake Forest.
“They want me to come in and have an impact straight away and I feel that’s big for me...it’s a challenge but I like taking on challenges and I’m willing to do what it takes to make sure I succeed in that type of league.” - @camhil06 pic.twitter.com/Yxsi0hFC2c— Hoopsfix (@Hoopsfix) September 24, 2020
Hildreth’s last action was at the Adidas Next Generation Tournament, which groups the best Under-18 basketball clubs in Europe. In his 4 games of action he averaged 25.75 points, 4.25 assists, and 6.75 rebounds. Hildreth also has experience playing at the national level as in 2019 he represented Great Britain in the FIBA U18 European Championship. While playing for the National Basketball League(England) for the 2019-20 season, he averaged 21.6 points a game last season for Worthing, while shooting 41.6% from 3.
Hildreth is rated as the #1 2021 prospect from the UK and Committed to Wake over offers from Arkansas, Xavier, Utah and Georgia Tech
He’s competed against the best of the best in Europe and Steve Forbes wanted him in Old Gold and Black. With the addition of Hildreth, Wake Forest now has 1 scholarship remaining for the 2021 class.
BOOM! Steve Forbes lands his 2nd commit this week in #1 Prospect in the UK Cam Hildreth. One of the best guards in Europe and an absolute steal in the 2021 class. All the momentum right now #ForbesEra https://t.co/hlhn2y5TFx— WFU Sports Stats (@WFUSportsStats) September 24, 2020
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