About a week after finished up his official visits Aaron Falzon committed to Northwestern early Monday morning. He picked the Wildcats over Harvard which was his number two school at the time. Earlier in his recruiting process Boston College was his number one school, but right before his official visit head coach Jim Christian called it off. Falzon who lives ten minutes away from the Boston College campus was disappointed.
Falzon is a 6'8" power forward who can play down low and also play beyond the arc. In the last few years his three point shot has developed, he is now almost automatic from three point range. Northwestern is a team on the rise under new head coach Chris Collins who is the former Duke associate head coach. Falzon told ESPN "I think Coach Collins was the big reason for choosing Northwestern." He also told them "He showed me where I could fit in the offense and all of the new stuff they’ve brought to the program" when talking about coach Chis Collins.
Falzon has one year left at NAPSAC powerhouse Northfield Mount Hermon and will try and lead them to a title this coming season.