After a productive spring, 6-foot-11, 210-pound Garland (Texas) Naaman Forest center Prince Ibeh landed in the Scout.com 2012 Top 100, rounding out the list.
He's also added a few new scholarship offers, as Maryland, Florida and Vanderbilt joined a group that already included Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Marquette.
Despite all of the offers, Ibeh doesn't hold any public leaders in his recruitment.
"Not right now," Ibeh said. "I'm wide open."
Ibeh isn't sure what official visits he would take if his recruitment gets to that point, but he does know that he wants to see at least a few schools on unofficial visits once school is out.
"Texas, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and some others; I'm not sure yet," he said.
When Ibeh gets into decision making mode, he'll be looking at a few important qualities in a school.
"I'll be looking for location, playing style and coaching," he said.
Ibeh plans to finishing his AAU season before making a decision.
"I'll (decide) at the end of the summer," he said.
Ibeh picking up offers
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