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."
"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."