Three schools prioritizing Hemsley

LA VERNE, Calif. -- Four-star junior guard Jeremy Hemsley has a handful of scholarship offers and said three schools in particularly are beginning to prioritize him.

Jeremy Hemsley, a 6-foot-3, 170-pound began to gain national recognition over the summer playing for Superior Athletes.

By the end of the summer Hemsley had accumulated scholarship offers from Washington, USC, Arizona State, San Diego State and Oregon.

"It's going good," Hemsley said of his recruitment. "I got a lot of offers this summer so that was pretty exciting for me."

Hemsley said there are three schools prioritizing him right now.

"The ones that have shown the most interest right now are UNLV, Oregon and Washington," Hemsley said.

"I think they talk to me the most and communicate with my family members the most," he added.

To date, Hemsley hasn't taken any college visits, but said he plans on taking some after the season.

"I know I want to check out Oregon for sure," Hemsley said. "I know that's a school I know I want to go visit and see the campus."

"Just all the stuff they have," he said when pressed about wanting to visit Oregon. "I know they have a lot of gear and stuff like that. That's exciting for me. I want to see the stuff like that."

A number of the coaches recruiting Hemsley have developed strong relationships with him, but he said there's one coach he's gotten to know the best.

"Coach Romar, I think I've built the strongest relationship with him because he's been to a lot of my practices and he's called me the most."

Hemsley, a four-star prospect, is ranked No. 51 overall in the 2015 class.

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