Top Ranked Prospects Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor Still Mulling Recruiting Decision
Tyus Jones is the top ranked point guard in the 2014 college basketball recruiting class, and he is still undecided on where he will go to school He has been balling hard though and his highlights from Fall League were pretty impressive so check those out on twitter if you are feeling like watching some quality point guard play.
The possibility of Jones, Jabari Parker and Jahlil Okafor playing together next season is quite interesting and you can bet we will keep an eye here on any updates. Thanks to the tweet below for the interesting thought.
Potential Duke "Big Three" next year: Jabari Parker, Jahlil Okafor, and Tyus Jones. Not to mention Cook, Hood, and Sulaimon
— Jason Dorow (@jasondorow) November 9, 2013
We should see a decision sometime in the next couple weeks and if they do not make it by the end of November it would be quite surprising to me. Still considering whether to go to Jones and Okafor’s matchup in December, but having a DVR is a dangerous thing folks. Because believe that game will be televised on ESPN, so it may just be a bit easier to check in on that one on the old boob tube. That is all for Prep Sports today folks but be sure to check in on my pro basketball content and thank you so much for reading. Do it all for you.
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