Hoop Scoop ranked Vasturia as the nation's 75th best player in the Class of 2013.
He reportedly chose Notre Dame over Temple, Northwestern, Penn State, Georgetown and Virginia.
"His upside is tremendous," Tony Sagona, who coached Vasturia for the Jersey Shore Warriors, told FiveStarBasketball.com. "He has great range. He's a great shooter. He just has a tremendous feel for the game. And he's a wonderful kid."
Vasturia averaged 18 points last season while playing mostly point guard for the Prep.
Jenkins on campus. Jalen Jenkins, a forward from Cardinal Hayes High in the Bronx, took an unofficial visit to Temple on Monday. The 6-6 senior, who is a year younger than most of his classmates, may attend a year of prep school before heading to college.
More commitments. Chestnut Hill Academy's Billy Dooley and Isaiah Baker of the Shipley School both announced their college plans last week.
Baker, a 6-8 senior forward, gave an oral commitment to Holy Cross. Dooley, a 6-4 senior shooting guard, accepted a scholarship offer from American.
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