The highest rated post prospect still available is averaging an impressive 27 points, 13 points and nine rebounds through 14 games for San Diego (Calif.) Hoover.
Ollie Goulston, Hoover's head coach, said he's improved his overall game and is shooting around 40-percent from the three-point stripe.
"He's having a big year," Goulston said. "He's scoring a lot and he's shooting the ball well. He didn't shoot the ball well the past two games, but overall he's our leading three-point shooter this year."
Goulston also pointed out his versatility as one of the main reasons he has so much success on the court.
"He can do everything both offensively and defensively," Goulston said. "He's just so athletic and multi-skilled. He brings a lot to the table that way."
He's visited Alabama and Kansas and is set to see North Carolina this coming weekend. He will then visit Arizona at the end of January and Washington the second weekend of February.
"He's going to make an announcement on February 17th, so he's close," Goulston told Scout.com.
"I think he's trying to develop a feel for all of them and their opportunities and coaches relationships," Goulston said. "They are all pretty good choices and they all have very good head coaches. He feels comfortable with all of them."
Chol, a 6-foot-9, 220-pound power forward, ranks No. 10 at the power forward spot and No. 43 overall in the class of 2011.