Michigan Center Down to a Couple of Schools

Goran Suton, 6-10 240 from Lansing, Michigan has narrowed his college choices down to just two, with a decision coming in the near future. In an interview with DevilsDigest earlier this evening, Suton revealed the names of the two schools in the running, and explained that a decision should be forthcoming in the near future.

"It's down to Arizona State and Michigan State," the top-ranked Michigan high school center informed DevilsDigest on Tuesday evening. "Of the schools I visited, those were the two that I felt extremely comfortable with. We might have a press conference next Wednesday, but I'm not exactly sure yet. It will be sometime soon."

Suton plans on sitting down with his family and also his coach and debating the pros and cons of each opportunity. "Right now, they're equal. I don't think I could really make a mistake. I feel comfortable at both schools. It might come down to style of play or something else like that. My family would probably move if I went to ASU so that's not really going to be an issue I don't think."

Official visits taken in the past few weeks separated Michigan State and Arizona State from the rest of the schools on Suton's list. At ASU, Suton bonded with the members of the team quickly and enjoyed the pick-up games, but it was the coaching staff that made the biggest impression. "The thing I liked about it most was the coaching staff. Coach Evans is a coach I can see myself playing with for four years," Suton said.

"At Michigan State I already know the guys since its right here (next to home). I had a great visit there as well. I already know the guys (at MSU) and have had a relationship with the coach for a while. They have Paul Davis and Arizona State has Ike Diogu so I feel like I can learn a lot from either."

The Everett high school standout is on-track to qualify with an ACT score of 18 and a self-reported grade-point average in the 3.6 range.

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