According to Mack his versatility is what stands out to coaches on the basketball court.
"I think I can rebound, handle the ball, and I feel I am versatile enough to play anywhere one through four," said Mack.
Recruiting wise he already has a few offers with more schools paying close attention.
"I have offers from VCU and Georgia, then Virginia Tech offered but that they have a new staff so I am not sure there," noted Mack. "Also I am getting a lot of interest from Clemson, Wake Forest, USC, and South Carolina."
Mack has a family connection to Mark Fox at Georgia with his brother having played for Fox at Nevada. According to Mack his family is fond of Fox, and he is building a good relationship with the Georgia boss.
"My mom loves him, my brother loves him, and I like him to," explained Mack. "He is a good dude, and I think that is a good program."
Living only minutes from the South Carolina campus, Mack is very familiar with that school as well, and says recently the Gamecocks have been picking up the interest in him.
"They have come to watch me a few times, and Coach Frank Martin said they are going to watch me all summer and spring and hopefully they offer," explained Mack.
While he has no favorites yet, Mack says he does know what he will be looking for in a school when the time comes for him to make his decision.
"I am looking for the stability of a program," explained Mack. "Will it be a winning program where the coach will be there the whole time. That is very important to me."