Ben Bentil did not visit Georgetown this past weekend as originally planned, but has three visits coming up.
The 6-foot-8 Bentil out of Middletown (DE) St. Andrew’s will take an official to Miami the weekend of Oct. 5, followed by the Providence the weekend after and then Temple, We R 1 coach Terrell Myers told SNY.tv.
Georgetown appears to be out after recently landing a pledge from Chicago Whitney Young forward Paul White.
Bentil is a powerful four man who can transition into a three.
“He works extremely hard, he’s one of the hardest working players out there,” Myers previously told SNY.tv.
“He can shoot the ball extremely well. He’s become a better passer. It’s him defending the perimeter. Being more of a defensive player on the perimeter at 6-8. That’s one of the thing she’s going to have to do at the next level. He’s a four-three, but as he develops I think he’s going to be a three because he’s a tough kid that doesn’t mind defending.
“He came over here as a raw five and you can see the work he’s put in in three years. With him working, I think he’s going to be a three for somebody’s team and really helping out.”