adidas Nations: Day Two Notebook

GARDEN GROVE, Calif. - Chase Jeter is getting close to revealing his college decision. What went into the 2015 prospect's choice?

Jeter set to announce

On Monday, Aug. 4, at adidas Nations, 6-foot-10, 225-pound Las Vegas Bishop Gorman center Chase Jeter will announce his college decision.

The 2015 prospect has previously narrowed his school list to Duke, UCLA, Arizona and UNLV, and says that he made his decision last week.

"It really came down to where I felt most comfortable with the coaching staff, the current situation there and the teammates I would be playing with then I got there," Jeter said.

An August decision is a little later than Jeter had initially planned, but he says that it was important for him to take his time and get it right.

"Initially I thought [about committing early] but then I had to take a break and think about everything that went into my recruiting process. I had to re-evaluate some things," Jeter said.

"I had announced I was going to commit before July a while back and I ended up not committing. That's when I had to revaluate things. I didn't want to rush; I wanted to make sure I made the right decision."

Jeter is looking forward to making an early impact at the school he'll reveal on Monday.

"I felt like I could play early wherever I go because of the things I can do on offense and defense as far as running the floor, blocking shots, grabbing rebounds and scoring inside and outside the paint," he said.

adidas Nations Saturday Standouts

  • 2015 small forward Brandon Ingram had a pretty efficient game for Team Rose in the morning session, knocking down a few three-pointers while also using his size, length and mobility to get to the basket and finish.

  • UConn's 2015 shooting guard commit Jalen Adams had a really impressive performance for Team Howard in the evening, using his handle and shiftiness to create his own shot, but also taking opponents off the dribble and creating for teammates.

  • Chase Jeter didn't waste many possessions in the paint on Saturday evening and made several trips to the free throw line. He also was all over the defensive glass, blocked shots and played hard throughout the game.

  • One of the best shooters in the 2015 class, Bennie Boatwright didn't disappoint on Saturday night, using his pure stroke to knock down three of his five attempts from deep.

  • A big time athlete, 2015 small forward Derrick Jones had his share of athletic finishes on Saturday, while also rebounding well on the defensive glass and showing off his jumper.

  • Shawntrez Davis is an athletic 2015 center who was at his best in transition on Saturday, getting up and down the court in a hurry and finishing in fast break situations while also competing for rebounds.

  • Nebraska's 2015 small forward commit Keanu Pinder had an impressive performance for Team Asia Pacific, constantly looking to attack the rim in both transition and half court situations, while also making a living on the offensive glass.

  • Deng Adel, a 2015 small forward committed to Louisville, started out hot for Team Asia Pacific but cooled off as the game went on. Still, he's capable of hitting shots, rebounds, defends multiple positions and always plays hard.

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