Florida lands 2018 McDonogh guard Noah Locke

Noah Locke (Baltimore Sun)

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2018 four-star point Noah Locke verbally committed to the University of Florida on Instagram Live on Tuesday.

Locke held offers from Maryland, Michigan, Xavier, Virginia, Kansas and Ohio State before choosing the Gators. He visited Florida, Xavier, and Michigan during the month of September.

Locke, who is a senior McDonogh, is ranked the No. 3 player in Maryland and the No. 70 player in the 2018 class.

Locke is regarded as an aggressive scorer that can shoot very well from behind the arc. Over the summer, Locke averaged 18 points per game and shot over 50 percent from the field for Team Melo in the Nike EYBL.

Locke joins a Florida recruiting class that features four-star point guard Andrew Nembhard.

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