"I'm just going to figure out a couple more things and look deeper into each one of them and see which one is my best fit," Loveridge told Scout.com. "I want to make a decision in the next couple of weeks."
Loveridge, a combo forward, led Utah Pump N' Run to the semi-finals of the adidas Super 64 tournament in late July. He established his reputation as a forward that can produce inside and out.
"Every tournament I felt like we had something to prove as a team and me too," he said. "I think we had to prove if we can play against anyone and against the best guys. I just wanted to go out there and prove every time."
Loveridge said he doesn't care which forward position he plays in college, but that the schools recruiting him are expecting him to the play the small forward position.
"I'm a match up problem for which ever guys going to guard me," he said. "If it's a smaller guy I'll post him up and if I have a bigger guy I can take him off the dribble. If they back up I can just shoot over them."
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound three-star prospect hasn't set up any official visits.