Curtis Haywood II receives home visit from Tech


Shooting guard Curtis Haywood II received an in-home visit from Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner on Wednesday, according Haywood’s Twitter page.

The 6-foot-4, 187 pound shooting guard from Wolfeboro, NH posted about Pastner’s visit on Twitter writing, “Great home visit with (Tech assistant coach) Tavaras Hardy and Josh Pastner.”

Haywood, a senior at Brewster Academy, received an offer from Tech on Nov. 13 and has eight other offers from Illinois State, Mercer, Western Kentucky, Fresno State, Houston, SMU, Texas Tech and Tulsa.


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