McIntosh looking to take visits

Bryant McIntosh, a 6-foot-4 guard out of Indiana, is looking to narrow his list and begin setting up college visits following July.

One of the premier shooters in the country – Bryant McIntosh – was trailed by a number of college coaches at the adidas Super 64 this past week in Las Vegas.

McIntosh listed scholarship offers from Xavier, Dayton, Northwestern, Clemson, Florida State, Missouri and Auburn. In all, McIntosh, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, said he has 14 offers.

"I will probably try and narrow my list here soon and take some visits and get to meet some people and make some officials and everything," McIntosh told following an elimination game in the Super 64.

Are there any head coaches that have built strong relationships with McIntosh?

"There's a couple head coaches," he said. "Coach [Chris] Collins has really done a good job recruiting me and building that relationship. Coach [Archie] Miller from Dayton has talked to me. Almost all of them have contacted me. It's just cool to connect with them."

Although McIntosh, a standout at Greensburg (Ind.) Community, doesn't have any visit dates set up, he is planning to visit some local schools.

"Just because of proximity to home I can visit Xavier, Dayton and Northwestern because they aren't too far away," McIntosh said. "Those are the ones I've kind of talked about. I'll visit Purdue also."

"I'll probably try and do it in August and try and get a feel for everything," he added.

McIntosh is hoping to have this process complete prior to his senior season.

"I hope to have it done by high school season, but if I'm not comfortable I'll wait," McIntosh said.

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