Noah Hartsock (along with Charles Abouo) will be honored Saturday prior to the BYU-Portland basketball game at the Marriott Center.
But it appears he won't be the last Hartsock to play basketball for BYU.
The website okhoops.com is reporting Friday night that Jakob Hartsock, Noah's younger brother, has committed to BYU.
Jakob Hartsock is a junior and will sign with BYU next November as a member of the class of 2013.
Jakob is a 6-foot-7 combo forward (Noah is a bit taller at 6-9) who plays for the Bartlesville (Okla.) Bruins.
Like his older brother, Jakob will go on an LDS Church mission before enrolling at BYU.
The website says he also had offers from Missouri State and Utah State.
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