Actually, he's set a visit to Charlotte for next weekend and South Florida the following weekend. Georgia could host him sometime in November. Bulldogs head coach Dennis Felton spent a considerable amount of time with him last week trying to position his team for a run at him. Alabama even came in to check on him.
A month ago, Goldwire told us that he was intent on signing late but that's not the case, or at least it doesn't seem to be anymore. "The kid wants to play at the highest level and play in the NCAA Tournament and have a chance," assistant coach Billy Palagonia said.
Goldwire ran with the South Florida Heat in July. It was at the AAU Nationals when he began to announce his presence. "He really struggled early in the summer. He was with a lot of guys he didn't know. When he got to Orlando he was all systems go. He changed his shot in early July out in Vegas but he got comfortable in Orlando."