Three schools have made Darius Perry a priority recruit

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va - Four-star point guard Darius Perry has three schools making him a priority on the recruiting trail.

Combo guard Darius Perry has been focused on having a big summer after a solid spring with Game Elite. Perry, who is one of the better athletes at the point guard position is having a strong start to his NBA Top 100 Camp, and says three schools are currently recruiting him the hardest.

“I really try and play as hard as I can on defense,” said Perry of his game. “A lot of players don’t do that, so I am just trying to do that while also improving my jumper and being better off the dribble.”

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When it comes to his recruitment a trio of schools are putting in the most effort.

“Texas A&M, Georgia, and Louisville are probably the three schools recruiting me the hardest right now,” said Perry.

Georgia has made Perry a priority for a while now, and he Bulldogs continue to make a good impression on the four-star prospect.

“I have a real good relationship with Georgia,” said Perry of the Bulldogs. “It is right around the corner from home and they do good stuff with their guards, so I like that situation.”

Texas A&M has long tried to recruit in the Peach State, and they continue to build a strong bond with Perry as well.

“I like how they let their guards play and how their coach coaches,” explained Perry. “I have a good relationship with their assistant coach, Amir Abdur-Rahim, as well.”

When it comes to Louisville, Perry said, “I have watched them for a long time and I like how they let their guards play. I am very excited to hear from them.”

For Perry the next step is going to be playing through July and seeing who is very interested, and then taking visits and figuring out the right school.

“I’m planning on visiting Texas A&M sometime this summer, I’ve been to Georgia already, and I will visit Louisville,” he explained. “I am just trying to see what school fits me and where I feel comfortable.”


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