Baylor basketball picked up their third commitment of the 2020 class by landing 7-foot center Zach Loveday. The Ohio native is a 4-star prospect and ranked 101st overall on 247.
#SicEm @BaylorMBB pic.twitter.com/uOHL73vNAF— Zach Loveday (@ZachLoveday99) September 26, 2019
Loveday picked Baylor over Louisville and Ohio State. He also had offers from a host of top programs.
The 2020 class also includes L.J. Cryer, a 4-star point guard ranked 86th overall and Dain Dainja, a 4-star power forward ranked 51st overall.
The Bears currently have the Big 12’s best recruiting class.
Baylor now has 14 scholarships lined up for 2020. But with a host of talented players that could go pro, and the run of transfers in college basketball, the Bears are confident they’ll have a scholarship for everyone.
This is shaping up to be Baylor’s best recruiting class since 2012, when the Bears landed Isaiah Austin, Rico Gathers, Taurean Prince and L.J. Rose. And the 2019-2020 Bears should be one of the best teams in program history. The future remains very bright for Baylor basketball.