"Those are my last three offers," Owen said.
"I'd say UCF and LSU," he responded when asked who was recruiting him the hardest. "Them and Tennessee. They are just kind of different."
LSU has been involved with Owens for quite some time and rumors have circulated that the Tigers are currently his favorite. He confirmed that notion.
"Right now that's the one that's in the front," Owens said about LSU.
"I just like the coaching staff and their relationships with their players," he added.
Owens said he hasn't taken a visit to LSU yet, but plans to "soon."
On the court, Owens, who is averaging five points and nearly eight rebounds a game through three EYBL games, showed up this spring in great shape.
"Last AAU session playing with [Each One Teach One] I was a little out of shape," Owens said. "I wanted to come back and get better and come back for another Peach Jam."
Owens said he's been working on his interior game, but also on showing versatility.
"I've been learning my post moves and playing more in the post," Owens said. "I'm actually playing on the perimeter a lot more and dribbling. Coach allows me to switch my game up a little bit."
Owens is currently ranked No. 96 overall and as the No. 18 center in the 2015 recruiting class.