Bridges talks new offer, upcoming visit
Four-star forward Miles Bridges from Huntington (WV) Prep continues to rack up offers. The highly athletic player added a new offer over the weekend, and now is planning another visit. The 6-foot-6 and 205 pound Bridges is someone who can play a multitude of different positions on the defensive end, is continuing to refine his offensive game, and is looking forward to showing off the improvements he has made this season. “I’ve been looking forward to this season for a long time,” said Bridges. “This season should be great. I have been working on my all-around game and becoming a three full time, while also being able to play the two and the four.” Schools such as Michigan State, Iowa State, Providence, NC State, and West Virginia have offered Bridges for a while, and the most recent offer came from Indiana. “I know a lot about Indiana,” said Bridges. “I know a lot about almost all of the Big Ten schools. I was surprised they offered me because the offer came out of nowhere, but it was good to get the offer.” Bridges says he plans to visit Indiana next weekend, and is a fan of everything about the school. “I really like the program, and I know they have an amazing atmosphere,” noted Bridges. “Also the fan base is crazy, so it is a school I like.” While Indiana was the most recent offer, Missouri was Bridges’ most recent visit. His former coach at Huntington Prep, Rob Fulford, is now an assistant at Missouri, and Bridges says it was a good trip. “I really liked the campus and how cool the coaches were,” said Bridges of Missouri. “Also it was a great environment and the facilities were really good as well.”
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