Four players are expected to sign National Letters of Intent with the New Mexico men for the 2020-21 basketball season on Wednesday, making official their commitments.
The NCAA’s initial signing period (commonly referred to as the early signing period) begins Wednesday and runs for one week. It is the first opportunity for high school seniors or junior college players to sign binding NLIs for next year’s recruiting class.
Three of the four players expected to sign with UNM – high school seniors in power forward Bayron Matos, point guard Nolan Dorsey and wing Javonte Johnson – already have gone public with their commitments, including interviews with the Journal. Weir says a fourth is also expected, though coaches aren’t allowed to discuss specific recruits or their intentions before they sign with the school.