Two high majors recruiting four-star 2017 PG Remy Martin hardest

Four-star 2017 point guard Remy Martin has two schools recruiting him the hardest. The SoCal junior discusses the latest with his recruitment.

One of the best transition point guards in the 2017 class comes from Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon in Remy Martin.

The 6-foot, 170-pound four-star prospect is extremely quick getting up and down the court and will be ideal in an up-tempo system at the next level.

"I've been in the gym working as hard as I can," Martin said. "I'm working on my shot, gaining confidence and getting to the rack as I usually do while also creating for my teammates.

"Defensively I do a good job on the ball and need to be better off the ball; I want to stay engaged all the time."

Schools that Martin has been hearing from recently include Arizona, Arizona State, Georgetown, Texas and Virginia, with two of those programs recruiting him the hardest.

"Texas is coming hard and so is Georgetown. Those are the two I know for sure are very interested," Martin said, before breaking down what he likes about each program.

Texas: "Shaka Smart plays my style of play; they fit me really well. I'm a fast point guard. They're up and down and I could step right into college and play the same style of play, which would be easier for me."

Georgetown: "Academically they're ridiculous. I haven't been there but I heard the campus is great. You get the best of both worlds with their academics and sports."

The speedy point guard took a recent unofficial visit to Arizona State, which he enjoyed.

"It was amazing," Martin said. "(Bobby) Hurley is such a great coach and he's been everywhere that I want to go. Him being one of the best point guards who has played college ball, that's my goal and he could help me get there."

Martin is currently eyeing a decision after his junior season but until then he's trying to up his stock.

"I feel like I have a lot more to prove," Martin said. "I want to be known as one of the top point guards in the country. I have so much ahead of me."

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