Nate Britt Jr., one of the most accomplished ball-players in the DMV has been through a lot this summer. It is reported that he has taken multiple trips down to Oak Hill Academy this summer, he has participated on the US National 17U team, he is a star with the local DC Assault team, and he is the leader of the WCAC's Gonzaga Eagles.
This coming Sunday Nate will join Coach Butch McAdams on the radio show In and Out of Sports which airs weekly on 1450 AM from 11AM-1PM. The show can also be heard on the website www.inandoutofsports.com or www.woldcnews.com. It is rumored that Nate has finally made a decision on where he will attend high school for his senior year and will openly discuss his decision with "The Coach" Sunday at approximately 12:30pm. Will Britt stay at Gonzaga and attempt to lead the Eagles past DeMatha and Paul VI for a 2013 WCAC title or will he transfer to the nation's biggest basketball powerhouse and follow in the footsteps of so many former DMV legends such as Michael Beasley, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Nolan Smith, and Quinn Cook? Tune in Sunday to find out.
Also appearing on this Sunday's show will be:
Chick Hernandez, long time Comcast Sportsnet reporter.
Ronnie Thompson, Georgetown alum, son of Coach John Thompson, current contributor to Comcast Sportsnet, and NBA TV.
Curt Smith, one of the most legendary street ballers ever to come out of the DMV and younger brother of former Georgetown star and Boston Celtic Charles Smith.
1973 Dunbar Poets, 1973 national champions, defeated DeMatha in one of the greatest HS games ever.Marc Stern, president of Capitol Hoops will make his weekly appearance on the show to discuss whats going on in the world of HS hoops and other sports.