Hansbrough: "I'm Not Done"

Head coach Mike Krzyzewski made a trip to Missouri last week hoping to get one of the nation's top ten junior prospects to visit Durham. It just may have worked. <i>TheDevilsDen.com</i> has the complete scoop. Read on for more.

When Missouri last weekend, he was fairly certain it would be his last trip. Now that may not be the case.

``I'm not done," Hansbrough said.

The 6-8 _ junior forward, who is gearing up for Friday night's showdown for the conference title against Charleston High, is now considering taking a visit or two from the likes of Arizona.

``Missouri put on a good visit for me," Hansbrough said. "I really enjoyed the campus and what they had to offer. It was good to get a chance to see what the program is about and what type of guy Coach (Quin) Snyder and the players are."

Hansbrough admits that he'd probably be done with college visits if it weren't for a little persuading from his father, Gene, a Missouri grad.

``I think he wants me to get the best opportunity to look at other schools so that I know what place is best for me," Hansbrough added. "To really get a feel for all the programs."

Duke coach North Carolina and Missouri – and the Gators, according to sources close to the situation, still hold an advantage.

If Hanbrough does take more visits, they'll likely come after his season is over in mid-March.

``I'll probably set it up in the next month," he said.

CAT TRACKS' ANALYSIS: The Cats have to be encouraged that Hansbrough is still listing them as one of the schools he may still visit, however, it looks like they have their work cut out for them. Arizona would love to land the big man, but it will be tough to lure him out west.


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