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Five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley cuts list to four

Immanuel Quickley, one of the top point guards in the 2018 class, has cut his list of schools down to four. Who made the cut and why? Quickley breaks it down.

Five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley narrowed his list of potential colleges to four on Monday, he told Scout.

The finalists for the highly touted point guard out of Baltimore (Md.) John Carroll are KansasKentuckyMaryland and Miami (Fl)

"I think those four schools fit me the most as a person and as a player," Quickley explained to Scout. "I think off and on the court those schools fit me the best."

What sticks out about each of the finalists?

Kentucky: "Coach [John] Calipari, what he's done with men like me. Getting freshman PG's, developing them and getting them to the NBA is what I like about Kentucky."

Kansas: "Coach Bill Self is great on and off the floor. I really liked the feel of Allen Fieldhiuse when I visited. The feel there was cool to see."

Maryland: "That's my hometown. I think hometown always has an advantage. What coach [Mark] Turgeon has done the past two or three years is special."

Miami: "I think we really connected with Miami when they came and visited. All four coaches, in a good and positive way. Coach [Jim] Larrañaga is a great guy and I respect him on and off the floor. He's great guy."

Quickley, a 6-foot-3 point guard, has taken unofficial visits to each of his finalists, except for Miami. He was scheduled to visit Miami in the fall, but a Hurricane interrupted his plans.

Next up for Quickley is to begin setting up official visits.

"I'm planning to take all of my official visits," Quickley said. "Once I plan them, I'll take them and make a decision before I start my senior year."

Quickley is currently regarded as the No. 2 point guard and the No. 10 overall prospect in the 2018 class. Top Stories