NBPA Camp: Kuran Iverson Spotlight

Three schools are showing the most attention to four-star forward Kuran Iverson.

One of the more hyped players in the class of 2013 for a long time has been Kuran Iverson. The Hartford (Conn.) Northwest Catholic forward has been on the college radar since before he started high school. Now at the NBA Top 100 camp he says three schools are calling on him the most.

Getting invited to the NBA Camp is always a great honor, and the versatile Iverson says he is looking forward to showing what he can do.

"It is a great feeling," said Iverson. "I met a lot of NBA players like James Posey. I know a lot of the kids here, and it is a good feeling to be here."

When it comes to his game, Iverson feels as though he is improving.

"My game is getting better," said Iverson. "I have been working on my game a lot. I just do what the coaches want."

Recruiting wise, Iverson says that a trio of schools have shown him the most attention.

"Florida has called, Oklahoma State, and UConn has called me as well," Iverson listed. "That would probably be it for now."

When it comes to the Florida Gators, they have been consistent with both mail and phone calls.

"Florida interests me a lot," said Iverson. "They send a lot of letters to my house and have called me a few times. I like Coach (Billy) Donovan a lot, and I think they have a good style of play for him."

Oklahoma State has one of Iverson's friends already on the roster, and the Cowboys are getting some good momentum in his recruitment.

"I don't know a lot about Oklahoma State, but they are a good program," said Iverson. "I am friends with Kamari Murphy who goes there. He tells me how everybody is nice and the coach is a good person."

Connecticut is the local school, and the Huskies along with help from Andre Drummond are right in the mix.

"My thoughts on UConn, I know Drummond he is from around where I live," said Iverson. "He has told me Coach Calhoun is a good guy. You just can't do anything wrong and it is a good program. Coach Calhoun is a real cool guy."

While Iverson says there is no leader, the four-star forward does know when he is planning on making his decision.

"At the end of the AAU season is when I plan to make a decision," said Iverson.

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