Four-star point guard Jahvon Quinerly talks about his visit plans

Point guard Jahvon Quinerly showed off his impressive talent at the Nike Elite 100, and he has a few visits coming up on the recruiting trail.

There aren’t many better set up point guards in the class of 2018 than Jahvon Quinerly. The New Jersey floor general has been tremendous in the Under Armour Association for Sports U, and again proved himself over the weekend at the Nike Elite 100.

About the camp, Quinerly said, “I think I could have done better, but it was a great time to be here. I got to compete against Nike, Under Armour, and adidas kids so that was good.”

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When it comes to his recruitment there’s no shortage of options for Quinerly.

“I am hearing a lot from Virginia, Seton Hall, Rutgers, UConn, Villanova, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Stanford, St. John’s, Wake Forest, and Arizona is starting to contact me,” said Quinerly.

He continued, “Recently I went on an unofficial to Seton Hall, I’ve seen Villanova, and I am supposed to visit Virginia sometime soon.”

About the visit to Seton Hall, Quinerly said, “I liked the visit. They offered my whole AAU team so they are definitely interested in all of us, and they say they really like my game. Also I like that it is close to home.”

Quinerly hasn’t been to Virginia yet, but he has a solid relationship with the staff and is looking forward to making the trip to Charlottesville to see the campus.

“I have a great relationship with Tony Bennett and his staff. I enjoy talking to them, and I am just looking forward to seeing the campus and getting to know them better,” he said of Virginia.

One school mentioned quite a bit with Quinerly is Villanova, and he plans to be back there soon with his high school team.

“I also have a great relationship with Jay Wright,” said Quinerly. “They have been real consistent in my recruitment, and I plan to be at their team camp next weekend as well, so it will be good to get there again.”

For now Quinerly doesn’t appear to have a timeline for his decision, but relationship with the coaches and comfort will be extremely important in determining where he ends up for college.


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