Barr visited Bob Knight's Texas Tech program and liked what he saw.
"He had a good visit at Tech," Glenn said. "He enjoyed spending some time at Tech. I think that he was concerned early on in terms of what kind of role he would play in the offense. But, I think Coach Knight did a nice job of showing him how he was going to try and develop him into a player who can score from different parts of the floor."
Southern Cal and new skipper Tim Floyd also had a shot at hosting the big Bahamian. Their pitch was similar: we can develop you into a player. "With Coach Floyd, he's demonstrated a great history of developing a few no-name players who have played in the NBA," Glenn said. "His pitch to Jeremy is the same; he had a very good visit out there to USC as well."
At this point, Barr's lone remaining visit will be with Colorado the weekend following the Final Four. While the Buffs have a visit date, Arizona State, Oklahoma State and Tulsa are trying to get involved. "We'll just try to find out how many of the things are important to him are [at each school]," Glenn said. "We'd love to see this come to a close by the first day of the signing period."