Junior PG Brody Angley
Brody Angley, 5-11 JR PG Redding (Calif.) Enterprise, told us recently that he's been hearing from Stanford, Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, Utah, Cal Poly and Providence, among others. He said that he's wide open at this point. We asked Angley about the factors he'd be considering when making his decision. "The surroundings, academics -- that will be huge -- what the staff is like and the players they have." Angley has spoken with the Stanford staff recently, while Santa Barbara, Santa Clara and Cal Poly have all called as well. Angley told us that location is not an issue for him. "It'd be nice (to stay close)," said Angley. "But it really won't be a big deal." Angley went on to say, "I want to take my time with the decision -- I won't jump into anything." Qualifying won't be an issue for Angley, as he told us that he's doing very well academically.
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