ECA's season abruptly ended after four games as opponents pulled out because of questions regarding sanctioning approval, so many of the underclassmen don't have much junior film to distribute.
However, the 5-foot-11, 185-pound Tucker has four offers, and a strong performance in the winter league could increase that total.
"I think (having he season cancelled) hurt a lot, but we're stilling getting better and we have a good coach that is going to get us more (offers)," Tucker said. "He knows what he's doing. We're playing winter league, and that's more games, more films, and hopefully that can help out."
His last visit was to Rutgers for the regular season finale against Louisville.
"It was exciting. I liked the atmosphere," Tucker said. "The coaches seemed cool. It seems like I would fit in. I had been up there for 7-on-7s and touring the college. I like the facilities. It's great. It's fascinating."
Tucker is also getting to know Rutgers' staff, which turned over in late January.
"The staff is good," he said. "They're calm, and it feels like you fit in well."
Tucker is hopeful of making a visit to UCLA in the coming months because of the chatter from teammates.
"I want to get out to California," he said. "I hear a lot of good things (about UCLA). UCLA has a field of study I want to go into. I want to go into male nursing or to be a doctor."
Tucker took in the Mountaineers' early-season game against Maryland.
"It was good. It was exciting," he said. "The fans knew us, knew our names, and we're cheering us on to come there. When I go, I'm looking for how I would fit in because I don't want to go somewhere I'm not going to fit."