He visited this weekend with his high school coach. "It really went well and he committed to VCU," QEA coach Isaac Pitts told Scout.com. "He really liked it. Coach Wade did a really good job of recruiting the kid. Shaka came in and did an in-home with his aunt and uncle and they were really impressed with the things he talked to Juvonte about."
Reddic, a late blooming big man, is athletic and has a motor. He was one of the top available post players in the country. Reddic cited the overall structure of the program as a selling point.
"It was the support," Reddic said. "At VCU basketball is the focal point and there's a lot of support. I liked that a lot."
The Rams have an excellent class coming next fall. Rob Brandenburg just helped beat the nation's No. 1 in the Ohio regional finals. Bigs D.J. Haley and Toby Veal join wing Reco McCarter and now Reddic.