Gonzaga Basketball signs exciting young player for 2025

Four-star shooting guard for the class of 2025, Davis Fogle, has decided to join the Gonzaga basketball team under the leadership of head coach Mark Few.

The 6-foot-9 senior from AZ Compass Prep chose Gonzaga over offers from Creighton and Kansas, although he also received offers from Nebraska, LSU, Indiana, Cincinnati, St. John's, Texas Tech and several other schools.

Davis Fogle visited Spokane last weekend and was so impressed that he couldn't pass up the opportunity. Gonzaga Basketball was the only school to receive him on an official visit, which ultimately influenced his decision.

Davis Fogle was impressed with Gonzaga Basketball's plan for him

“The player development is top-notch, they have a great plan for me and the culture has such a family atmosphere. When I visited, I fell in love with it and it just felt like home,” Fogle said, via Eric Bossi of 247Sports.

Fogle, Washington's top player in the class of 2025, is transferring to Compass Prep in Arizona for his final season of high school. Known for his impressive size and versatility on offense, Fogle is a sharpshooter with a keen understanding of the game. His passing ability is often underrated, which highlights his versatile skill set. With his potential still growing, Fogle's future in basketball looks bright.

“I originally planned to enroll in the fall, but after my visit I realized that Gonzaga was the best place for me and there was no reason to wait,” he continued.

Fogle made a splash last summer with outstanding performances in the Under Armour Association for Seattle Select, and his reputation only increased after an impressive junior season and outstanding performances in the spring.

Before committing to Gonzaga basketball, Fogle told On3 his thoughts on the Zags, saying, “They're an in-state school. And they're really, really consistent. They've made the NCAA tournament every year and been to the Sweet Sixteens, I think, nine times in a row. Their player development is top-notch and that's really what stands out about them.”

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“They've visited my house about three times. They've come to my high school practice twice. I mean, we've definitely built a strong relationship. They like my scoring ability and my offensive ability. They think I can fit their style of play really well,” he continued.

Coach Mark Few wants to develop Fogle's full potential. He sees similarities in Fogle's game to the great Gonzaga players of the past.

“(Coach Few) believes I can play my game and score the ball and play in similar positions to Julian Strawther and Corey Kispert,” Fogle said. “I think the difference for me is my versatility and my ability to score,” Fogle said, via 247Sports.

Fogle said he is fulfilling a dream by committing to Gonzaga. Although he grew up in Washington, Gonzaga was not his dream program at first. As he developed as a player and they showed great interest in him, he saw the benefits and is eager to showcase his skills to their passionate fan base.