We asked if any of the coaches had made a particular impression and Gurganious replied, "Coach Romar from Washington -- I liked him."
Gurganious hasn't taken any visits, official or unofficial, yet and we asked if there are any plans for a visit.
"I haven't set anything up yet," said Gurganious. "But all three of those schools said they want me to visit."
Gurganious doesn't yet have a detailed set of criteria for choosing a school. "Really just a place where I have a fair chance at playing time and somewhere I feel comfortable," said Gurganious.
Gurganious told us it's possible he'll make an early decision. "I might want to do it quickly, and get it over with, so I don't have to deal with the pressure," said Gurganious.
Gurganious told us he has a 2.9 GPA and he's waiting on results from a recent SAT test.
In addition to playing at the Big Time and Best of Summer tournaments, Gurganious will be attending the ABCD camp in July.