"It went really well," he said of the summer. "I started off strong and played at LeBron and then we won Peach Jam and two Nationals."
"It was a real good experience," he added. "I've looked up to those guys since I was younger. I've known those guys for a few years now and I plan on taking their place."
Selden is currently ranked the No. 1 shooting guard in his class. He sits so high because of his combination of strength, athleticism and skill. Selden said he prefers to get in the open court and make plays.
"I think I have a great open court game," Selden told Scout.com. "I'm a powerful guard. I like to get in the lane and create for my teammates."
Recently college coaches could hit the road and attend open gyms. Selden said a number of schools have come in to see him, including Jim Calhoun, of Connecticut, Jim Boeheim, of Syracuse, and assistants from N.C. State and Washington.
"I actually am starting to think a little bit about it," he said about the recruiting process. "I hadn't really thought about it all before. But I'm starting to think about it."
Selden, who has taken a visit to Providence, said he doesn't have any new visits planned.