Late Tuesday night, Dominick Harris started a series of tweets that excited any Gonzaga fans who were still awake browsing Twitter.
official visit October 5th gang? @JulianStrawther @JalenSuggs2020— Dominick Harris ♂️ (@DominickHarri2) September 4, 2019
Immediately, Julian Strawther and Jalen Suggs responded with what seem to be confirmations...
it’s uppp ganggg https://t.co/CXLnNnAYl5— ✞ Julian Strawther ✞ (@JulianStrawther) September 4, 2019
Tricky trio on the way... Spokane what’s good‼️ ♂️@DominickHarri2 @JulianStrawther https://t.co/exLOn0dfEi— Jalen Suggs (@JalenSuggs2020) September 4, 2019
Saturday October 5th is Kraziness in the Kennel. If all of this is indeed true, they would join Walker Kessler, a top-20 center, who is already scheduled to be on campus that weekend. Some might say it would be better to give Kessler a weekend to himself, while others may see the benefit of having two (and possibly three) future teammates there with him.
Jalen Suggs and Julian Strawther both visited last season during Gonzaga’s route of Saint Mary’s. Strawther committed in April, joining Harris as consensus top 70 recruits in the 2020 class. The cherry on top is Suggs, a 5-star point guard rated top 15 in the country. He helped lead the USA team to a gold medal in the FIBA U-19 World Cup this Summer. He is also a highly regarded dual-threat quarterback, which is why he continues to delay his commitment anywhere.
Pretty much every party seems to believe if Suggs chooses basketball, Gonzaga will be the choice. Getting him on campus again, with two future teammates, may be the final icing on the cake. Also, #TrickTrio may end up being the team motto in 2020-2021.