One of the more versatile players in attendance at the Pangos All-American Camp on Friday evening was 6-foot-5, 175-pound Dallas Skyline guard Marcus Garrett.
The 2017 prospect showed a high feel, playing unselfish basketball and constantly making the right pass to teammates. He got to the basket, hit pull-up jumpers and defended multiple positions due to his size, length and feel.
"I get to the basket and I can create open shots for my teammates," Garrett said. "I'm working on my pull-up off the dribble."
Garrett listed six schools that are recruiting him the hardest at this point.
Kansas: "Bill Self is one of the best coaches in college."
SMU: "I love Larry Brown; he coached my favorite player in Allen Iverson."
Iowa State: "I like their arena; they sell out every game."
Oregon: "That's the best Nike school there is; I love that college."
Arizona: "They just offered me and I've been looking at them a lot."
Baylor: "I've liked Baylor since I was really young and it's close to home."
Garrett says he has no leaders but does have a feel for what he wants in a school.
"I'm taking it slowly to make sure I make the right choice," he said. "I want somewhere I can get a good education where the program is like a family and they'll help me get to the NBA."