BREAKING: ESPN No. 38 overall recruit in ’25 class, commits to Gonzaga

Davis Fogle, a Top-50 guard, announced his commitment to Gonzaga on Thursday, marking Mark Few’s first recruit in the 2025 class.

Fogle narrowed his choices to Gonzaga, Creighton, and Kansas before visiting the Bulldogs’ campus last weekend and swiftly deciding to stay in his home state for college. Although he visited Nebraska last fall, the Cornhuskers did not factor into his final decision.

Standing at 6-foot-7 and hailing from Arizona Compass Prep in Arizona, Fogle, a Washington native, is ranked No. 38 in the ESPN 100 for the class of 2025. He saw a significant rise in rankings during the spring, climbing nearly 40 spots in the ESPN 100 due to standout performances at the NBPA Top 100, Pangos All American camps, and with the Seattle Select grassroots program on the Under Armour Rise circuit.

At the NBPA camp, Fogle posted impressive averages of 15.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 3.3 assists, shooting nearly 59% from inside the arc.

ESPN National Recruiting Director Paul Biancardi drew comparisons between Fogle and Los Angeles Lakers guard Austin Reaves.

Fogle represents Gonzaga’s first American high school recruit since the 2023 class, following Few’s successful recruitment of four transfers and Senegal native Ismaila Diagne from Real Madrid in the 2024 class. His commitment could signal the beginning of a strong high school recruiting class for the Zags in 2025.

Gonzaga is also actively pursuing five-star guard Isiah Harwell (No. 13), an Idaho native who included the Bulldogs in his final list of four schools and visited Spokane officially during the season. Another prospect of interest for Gonzaga is Nikolas Khamenia (No. 31), who has made multiple visits to the Zags’ campus.


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