Playing for the New York Lightning, Govan, a standout at Bronx (N.Y.) Wings Academy, flashed his offensive ability on the block.
"I've gotten tougher, more athletic and my game has improved," Govan told Scout.com.
"When I'm on, I'm on," he added. "My low post game, I think I have a lot of moves out of the post. I feel like I can lead my team when necessary. I'm a good passer and I just try to lead my team."
When Govan gets post touches, he favors a jump hook.
"I haven't seen anyone stop it consistently," Govan said about his go-to move.
"They're a great school," he said about Syracuse. "It's good to have them on the east coast and relatively close to home. Coach [Jim] Boeheim is a great coach. He has a winning tradition. [Syracuse] is always up in the rankings every year. To have them offer is a real honor."
"N.C. State is also a great school," Govan said. "They play in probably the best conference in college basketball in the ACC, so if I would decide to go there I would be tested each game, they're also at a good range to home, which is a plus."
"I'm wide open," he said. "I'm going to take it slow and enjoy my recruiting process and hopefully make my decision by my senior year."
"I'm going to cut down my list at the end of the summer and when I feel 100-percent comfortable I'm going to commit," Govan added.
To date, Govan has taken visits to Seton Hall and Connecticut. He's planning to visit Georgetown this coming weekend.