Though Chiozza isn't the biggest point guard in the country, he does make his teammates better. Team Thad is expected to be one of the top AAU teams in the country, and Chiozza has big goals for himself and his squad this spring and summer.
"My goal for the spring is to help my team anyway I can and help us win every game," said Chiozza. "For myself I am trying to gain more scholarship offers, play well, and just make all of my teammates better. I want to keep my assists and steals up, and just be a point guard and a leader. Anything I can do to help my team win I look forward to doing."
Now a few more schools are jumping into the mix and have said they will be watching Chiozza closely during the April evaluation period.
The interest from Butler is fairly new, and while is just getting familiar with the school he has watched them play a little bit.
"I don't really know a lot about Butler," said Chiozza. "I watched them in both of the national title games. I feel like I can play at any school, I know I would thrive at a fast paced school and Butler isn't a team that slows it down. I feel like I could fit in well there."
Florida will no doubt also be watching Leron Black when they go to see Team Thad, but they have also made it clear that they are very interested in Chiozza and what he brings to the table.
"It feels good that all of the hard work I have put in is paying off," Chiozza explained. "Florida is a big time school and for them to see if I can play at their level is big. They obviously have a great program and I look forward to hearing more from them."
For now Chiozza is planning to play out the summer and see what happens offer wise before he seriously thinks about a decision. Chiozza is considered a four-star prospect.