School Lists From Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS – It seems like some kids are closer than others to committing. Will they do it during camp? Maybe, maybe not but here's a quick glance around Nike Camp including some updates on a few top kids and their schools of choice.

School Lists

Jarrett Jack, PG During the Nike Peach Jam, Jack will make an unofficial visit to Georgia Tech. Don't be surprised if he commits to Paul Hewitt's program at that time. Jack admitted to being close to pulling the trigger.

Justin Gray, CG This just in: Gray is down to Charlotte and Wake Forest. He doesn't sound like he's ready to commit anytime soon, but he has a clear idea of his finalists. At this point, the Charlotte native has to decide if he wants to stay home or venture down I-40 to Winston-Salem. Either way, he doesn't appear to be in any rush.

Greg Brown, SG Brown says that Iowa and Illinois are his top two choices, but makes no bones about who he likes best. Brown says that Iowa is in great shape. The only problem is we are hearing that he'll have to get his academics beefed up before the Hawkeyes fully commit to taking him. Brown would like to make a commitment soon. "Not this week, but I am real close," Brown said.

Donte Gennie, Combo Guard This 22 ppg. scorer likes Florida State, Florida, Penn State, Virginia Tech and Furman.

Deforrest Riley, SG He says that Ohio State, Xavier, Yale, Princeton and Tulane are some of his top schools. However, he claims that the five schools he mentioned are completely random and he's open to exploring possibilities.

Cedric Hensley, SG/SF Houston, Baylor, SMU, Oklahoma and Tennessee are calling and recruiting him. He sounds like a guy who is a long way away from making a decision.

Ricardo Billings, SF/SG This kid is going to pop sometime in July; book it. Right now, Michigan State and Ohio State are the clear leaders. "It's just too hard to tell right now," Billings said.

Jeremy Hunt, CG Hunt committed to hometown Memphis on Wednesday. "I can go in there and play . I know [Dajuan] Wagner won't be there long."

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