Sophomore PF Ivan Robb “Has No Leader” In Recruiting At This Time
Elite sophomore power forward Ivan Rabb has offers from some of the top programs in the country.
The 6-foot-8 power forward out of Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O’Dowd is one of the top players in the 2015 class of 2015 and he has had interest from some truly elite basketball programs.
“Arizona, Oregon, Cal, UCLA, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Kansas, UConn, Ohio State, UNLV and Arizona State,” said Rabb to Scout.com.
That is a heavy hitter list and for now Rabb says that he is not favoring one over the other at this point. He also told Scout which of the schools were recruiting him hardest.
“UCLA, Arizona, Cal, North Carolina State and Ohio State,” said Rabb.
Rabb is looking for a dynamic program that can give him what he wants both academically and athletically. That is one smart young man.
“A good basketball program and definitely a good academic program,” said Rabb. “I want to have something to fall back on in case basketball doesn’t work out. I’m not really sure yet about the location.”
For now, Rabb is just receiving information and he probably won’t do any proactive visits until later on in his high school career.
“I’m not really sure about other visits right now,” said Rabb. “I’m probably going to wait until after my junior year.”
We’ll just have to wait and see here, but keep an eye out for this one Tar Heel Nation because he could be one.
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