Hill examines recruiting process

One of the top performers of the July evaluation periods -- Kasey Hill -- updated Scout.com on his play this summer and his recruitment.

After a strong summer with the Florida Rams, Kasey Hill, a 6-foot-1 lead guard, made his way up Scout.com's national rankings.

When the dust settled, Hill, a junior at Montverde (Fla.) Academy, had climbed to No. 13 overall and No. 2 on the 2013 point guard list.

"I think the summer went pretty good for me," Hill said. "I needed to get back out and play again since I missed the whole year the year before. I just tried to get out there and play as hard as I could and win as much as I can."

Hill's breakout event of the summer was at the adidas Invitational, where he led his squad to a championship.

"Individually I think I played pretty well," he added. "There were times I played bad, but for the most part I think I played pretty good. I got all of the schools that I wanted to recruit me to recruit."

Currently Hill is looking at and holds scholarship offers from Louisville, Florida State, Florida, USF, N.C. State, Georgia Tech and Kentucky.

"The recruiting process is going great," Hill said. "I'm just trying to get to know the coaches as well as I can. I'm looking also at the school that fits me the best."

Hill said he's primarily looking at the schools that have offered him a scholarship, but also was quick to point out he doesn't have any favorites at this point.

"I don't have any favorites," he told Scout.com. "I don't think I've visited a school enough times to have any favorites yet."

"I've only been to USF and Florida," he added.

Although Hill has plans to get out and see more schools on his list, he won't be able to do that soon.

"I don't know about soon since school has started and basketball season," Hill said. "But I think eventually I'll visit these schools, at least most of them."

With so many options and offers on the table, Hill isn't in a rush and isn't planning to make his college choice anytime soon.

"I think I'll wait for a while to make a decision."


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