5-foot-11 point guard commits to Wichita State

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5-foot-11 point guard commits to Wichita State

Wichita State's new basketball court in Koch Arena. (File photo, 2017)

Wichita State's new basketball court in Koch Arena. (File photo, 2017)

Matt Crow

Wichita State's new basketball court in Koch Arena. (File photo, 2017)

Matt Crow

Matt Crow

Wichita State's new basketball court in Koch Arena. (File photo, 2017)

Wichita State landed another point guard from the class of 2019.

Noah Fernandes, a 5-foot-11 point guard from Woodstock Academy in Connecticut, verbally committed to WSU on Sunday.

His commitment completes WSU’s 2019 recruiting class.

Fernandes made his official visit to WSU on Saturday. He is listed as having received nine offers including East Carolina, Temple, Massachusetts, Rhode Island,  Saint Louis, Fordham, DePaul, and St. Bonaventure. Reports have listed that Fernandes drew interest from N.C. State, Virginia, and Pittsburgh; those schools did not make a scholarship offer.

Fernandes is listed as a three-star recruit and the third best player in Massachusetts in his class by 24/7 Sports and a three-star recruit by ESPN. He is currently playing a year at Woodstock Academy, a post-graduate school in Connecticut. He previously played for Tabor Academy.