Tyus Jones Says “Think I Played Well” At USA Developmental Camp
Watched an excellent interview with top ranked 2014 college basketball point guard Tyus Jones, and you should definitely check it out below. Eric Bossi touches on all the schools on Jones’ list as well as how the young point guard thought the USA Development camp was going.
When asked what stood out about the Duke Blue Devils he responded, “obviously Coach K”.
You can check out Bossi’s full interview below, and if you are a college basketball junkie then I recommend it thoroughly.
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Jones is a package recruiting deal with the top ranked center in the 2014 college basketball recruiting class Jahlil Okafor, and they are making their last two visits together. They have said we should see a decision by early November and do not see any indication why that plan should change. They will meet up against each other in a December game that will be aired on ESPN. Word is that they trash talk a lot when they play, so you should definitely tune in for that one. In any case, we should have some more firm news about recruiting decisions in about a month.
Stay tuned for a piece later today on Okafor’s visit to Lexington, and for more updates on the best college basketball recruits in the country Rant Sports Prep is your spot folks.
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