"I want to be able to drive home when I want to see my family," Gordon said earlier this week. "It's also got to be a winning program."
"I'm going to wait until the season is over to make my visits," Gordon said.
This year at Oak Hill, he's improved upon his reputation as a scoring guard while carving out quite a niche as Oak Hill's best perimeter defender. "When I was [in high school in Nashville] we played a 2-3 zone," Gordon said. "Now in man-to-man I have to stop my guy."
Offensively, Gordon is most comfortable on the wing, though with his solid body he can post up and crashes the glass like a bigger forward. "I think I'm a scorer and I can pass it good," Gordon said. "Put me on the wing and let me make plays."
Four schools would like to do exactly that next season.