Apparently, he had it down to Virginia Tech, UNC-Wilmington and the Rams.
"Me and my parents just fell in love with the campus on the education side and on the basketball side," Shuler.
Don't think for a second that Shuler wasn't attracted to the school because of the former Duke standout at the helm. He remembers him well.
The Rams pitch was a little unique and that attracted Shuler. "They just put the education side in front of basketball. Everybody else came with how they can help me be a better player. I just wanted to go to a school that could help me with my degree and further my basketball career as well."
Expect Shuler, a very good mid-major recruit, to help out in early in a variety of positions. "Hopefully I'll come in there and contribute. I want to learn the system and adapt to college life before I do anything. I want to help them to a CAA championship, get to the tournament and have a solid career."