Prime Prep Point Guard Emmanuel Mudiay To Announce College Decision Tonight
Prime Prep Hoops recently tweeted that Emmanuel Mudiay will make his recruiting decision tonight, so you can be sure that we will keep you posted once he decides. The point guard is the top ranked at his position according to many of the recruiting outlets, so wherever he decides to go to college will be a hotly debated topic.
Prime Prep's very own Emmanuel Mudiay (@EMudiay7) will be committing to either SMU, Baylor, Kansas, Kentucky, or Oklahoma St. tonight!
— Prime Prep Hoops (@PrimePrepHoops) August 24, 2013
My money is on the Kentucky Wildcats, just because of John Calipari’s track record, but it would not surprise me to see Larry Brown come up with a little miracle. Stay tuned later tonight for an update on the young point guard and once he decides his college destination, then the National High School Invitational will be what Mudiay is aiming for in the Spring. He said after Prime Prep lost in the semifinals of last year’s tournament that he did not want to have the feeling again of losing the last game of his season. We will just have to see how the young point guard handles high expectations to go along with lofty personal goals as well. Calipari has been a bit spoiled lately with how well recruiting has gone, so it will be interesting to see how this one slides for the old ball coach. Check back in with us later tonight for another update.
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