Scout.com's 54th ranked prospect in his class, the aggressive scorer feels he's added to his game this spring.
"I think my spring has gone well; I've progressed a lot since last summer," Hemsley said. "My jump shot is getting a lot better."
Washington: "I just visited there and it was really nice. I liked the campus; it was a real nice campus. I like the coaches there. I'm starting to know coach (Lorenzo) Romar a little better and I like their coaching staff. I got to meet some of their players too."
San Diego State: "I've talked to all of their coaches. I went to a home game when they played New Mexico and it was a real loud game. I haven't taken another visit down there but I plan to; I'm just not sure when. I also like their coaching staff. Coach (Steve) Fisher is pretty cool."
Arizona State: "I like the way they play; I think they play faster than anyone recruiting me and they emphasize that a lot. When we did their home visit with me, they really pushed on that. I went there with my high school team for a team tournament and saw everything. I'll probably visit Arizona State soon."
Colorado: "Like the other schools they came in and did an in-home visit with me. I like how it's a different atmosphere out there. I like the air and elevation."
In addition to those schools, there are two programs beginning to show Hemsley more interest.
In a perfect world, Hemsley will be able to make a decision sooner than later.
"I hope to make it soon," he said. "I'm starting to narrow it down and I hope to make a final decision soon. Sometime before my senior season starts hopefully. I might take some officials but I don't want to take all of them."
As Hemsley continues through the process, he knows what will be important to him in a school.
"I'll be looking at the type of people at that school; I want to go to a family type atmosphere," Hemsley said. "I'm willing to go anywhere. Location doesn't really matter."