"I think I've been playing good as I continue to get more healthy and get over the fracture in my wrist," Ogbueze told Scout.com. "I've been rehabbing, but I think I've been playing pretty good."
"It's still not 100-percent," he added. "But I can tell it's getting better and getting stronger."
Although some have questioned whether Ogbueze is a true lead guard, the 6-foot, 165-pounder said he sees creating as one of his best attributes.
"I think I'm a really good creator for my teammates, but I can also score the ball," Ogbueze said. "I can put up points, but I can also get my teammates involved."
"I definitely want to be a point guard," he added. "I think I'm a point guard now, but there is always room for improvement to get better as a point guard. I think as I keep on playing I can keep getting, but I think my true position is point guard."
"I'm starting to think about it a little more, but it's still kind of early," Ogbueze said about the recruiting process. "It's going to be a little while longer until I'm down to make a decision."
To date, Ogbueze, a four-star prospect, has taken unofficial visits to Wake Forest, Virginia and Tennessee. He admitted that there were a handful of other schools he wants to visit.
"I definitely want to visit Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas," Ogbueze said.
Ogbueze is ranked No. 41 overall in the 2012 class.