The 6-7 ½, 220-pound Manchester High (Ga.) aggressive power forward is completely different off the court. On the court, he goes after everything – dunking, pulling down rebounds with authority, blocking shots and running the court in transition.
Off the court, he's as mild-mannered and unassuming a kid you'll find.
``I don't really have a favorite going into the visit," Barber said. "I just want to find a place where I get along well with the staff and the players. Someone I feel comfortable at."
Barber, who was forced to miss all of July with the Smyrna Stars due to the hand injury, said that playing time will be the most important factor in his decision.
``I think I can play at all four of the schools I'm considering," Barber added. "So I'm really not sure until I take some visits."
However, Barber did admit that he was leaning towards one school recently.
``I wasn't going to commit to Auburn, but I really liked them a lot," he said.