|Bragg scores at the adidas Gauntlet|
John Groce and Illinois were among the first to ramp up their interest in Bragg and the talented 2015 recruit took notice. Of all the coaches recruiting Bragg, he said Groce has developed the best relationship."The home visit back in April, he set the standards high," Bragg reiterated. "The way he came at me, he explained everything and he told me what I was going to do if I went down there. It was like a plan he had. It was so great." Steve Alford did an in-home visit with Bragg in April. He said the Bruins have shown significant interest thus far. "They are pretty good," he said of UCLA. "I didn't know Russell Westbrook went there. He was averaging four [points] a game but now he's a top guard in the NBA. He wowed me with that." "He's sees me as a three and a four," Bragg added about Alford. "He wants to see my perimeter game." Bragg certainly showed his inside/outside this past weekend at the adidas Gauntlet in Orlando. For his size, Bragg is a tremendous athlete that quickly bounces off the ground. He's mobile, can step way from the paint for jump shots, but also looks to attack off the bounce and occasionally post up on the block. "I'm running the floor real well and I'm rebounding real well," Bragg said. "I've been working on my legs and jumping quicker. I've been jumping rope a lot. I'm just having fun with it." A five-star recruit, Bragg is currently ranked No. 10 overall in the 2015 class.