With his combination of length, athleticism, and skill, Law is one of the more intriguing wings in the class of 2014. He has attracted numerous offers, and feels like he showed well against top level competition during the EYBL.
"I think the spring went really well playing with Meanstreets in the EYBL events," said Law. "It is just great competition and it is really amazing. 90 percent of those guys are the guys you will see in college, so it is great to play against that competition."
He continued, "I really think my game is building. I am more versatile and more of a guard while still being able to post up. Reaching new heights with that and it is great."
Already Law has made three official visits, and is continuing to move forward in the recruiting process.
"I visited VCU, Georgia Tech, and Harvard," noted Law. "Recruiting is going really well, schools are interested, and I have picked up some new offers recently."
The visit to Georgia Tech was a good one for Law who got to see everything the school has to offer.
"Going to Georgia Tech was great," said Law. "It is a really nice campus in the heart of Atlanta so there is always something to do. They are in the ACC so it is a bigger college feel. Being able to seat their great facilities and how their team plays together was great. Also their coaching staff was really nice."
Law also greatly enjoyed his trip to VCU where he got to see Shaka Smart's program up close.
"The trip to VCU was great," said Law. "The place is amazing and the team is really talented and well coached. The coaches enthusiasm, love of the game, and for their players was great to see. I could envision myself being a part of that. Shaka Smart is a neat coach and no coach in the country has energy like that, and his staff is just warm and inviting. It was a great visit all around."
Also the trip to Harvard went well for Law who got to see what the Ivy League school can do for him.
"Just the name Harvard, you don't get that every day," said Law. "It was really nice to see, and to get the experience isn't something that many people are able to do. It was really a great trip."
Up next for Law is a busy June with some big opportunities to prove himself even more.
"A lot of things are building forward," said Law. "(Today) I am leaving for Italy with the USA Select team, and then I am going to the NBA Camp, so things are looking up for me. Hopefully I will go out and play my best and what Chicago basketball is about."