Throughout the process Gordon has had a long ranging school list. He has mentioned interest from schools such as Indiana, Notre Dame, Auburn, LSU, Arizona State, Butler, and Nevada along with a host of others, but that list has been in constant flux. Currently it appears that Nevada and Indiana are the two main schools remaining as others have fallen off or filled commitments at his position recently. With a unique ability to score, Gordon is someone who has been productive in nearly every single setting he has played in. He doesn’t have dynamic physical traits or really wow you with supreme flash, but Gordon does know how to put the ball in the basket and is one of the more accomplished scorers in the Midwest. On Saturday his recruiting journey looks like it will come to an end, and one school will add a productive wing to its roster.
Eron Gordon is set to announce
It has been a long and interesting recruiting journey for Eron Gordon, but the four-star prospect is now on the verge of a final decision. Gordon, who is the youngest of three brothers, said on Tuesday that he would be making his college decision over the weekend. “This Saturday I will be announcing my College commitment at The Jewish Community Center at 12pm,” announced Gordon.
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