Found April 11, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Georges Niang, an Iowa State signee and teammate of #1 rated 2012 recruit Nerlens Noel may have spilled the beans on where Noel will be attending school in the fall. When asked by a fan on Twitter If Niang had any insight regarding Noel’s decision, he responded with Gtown. Noel is set to make his announcement tonight at 7:30 on ESPNU. He will choose from Kentucky, Georgetown, and Syracuse. Georgetown is rumored to be the current leader. Is Niang just guessing/assuming where Noel will end up, or does he actually have inside information?
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