Top Ranked Center Jahlil Okafor’s List Trimmed To Four Schools
Recruiting business is happening all over the place, and top ranked center Jahlil Okafor has trimmed his recruiting list to four schools. He now has two more visits to make and then we should see a decision sometime by early November.
Shout out to Evan Daniels at Fox for the update on Okafor’s list below.
Jahlil Okafor cuts list to 4, talks about playing with Tyus Jones in college & breaks down the schools involved … http://t.co/P18hCJXutX
— Evan Daniels (@EvanDanielsFOX) October 5, 2013
Okafor is a package recruiting deal with top ranked point guard Tyus Jones, and so naturally their process has drawn national attention. Wherever they go will become a title contender, and might even be ranked number one in the preseason. Jones recently trimmed his list to four schools as well and you would notice a lot of similarities. It seems to be down to the Duke Blue Devils, Kansas Jayhawks, and Baylor Bears. Each recruit has an extra fourth school on their list, but you can bet that it will most likely be on the three aforementioned ones.
They play each other on ESPN in december though and you can bet that I will tune in if not there in person. It is going to be a great year so stay tuned folks. Okafor should have a lot of weight off his mind now, but it will get even better for him in November.
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