Wake Likely To Get Unofficial Visit This Week
Hockessin (DE) Sanford School power forward Will Sheridan, the 2002 Delaware Player of the Year, is now listing Villanova, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Wake Forest, Virginia, Michigan and Notre Dame.
"I haven't been able to decipher who's better than the other," Sheridan said. "They all present their own positive thing that makes college good."
This coming weekend, Sheridan will tip it up with Tim Thomas Playaz at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions. Sheridan says it's a big adjustment going from high school ball in Delaware to playing against the best AAU teams each week out.
"I've enjoyed it. I've actually begun to progress. The first couple of tournaments I was in what I would call ‘Delaware Mode.' I had to step up to the competition."
Basically, what Sheridan is saying is that he can go an entire in-state season without seeing a player his size or caliber and it takes a while to get going. "It's not so much different, it's the attitude. I'm not downplaying Delaware basketball. What I am saying is if I have an off night I can still dominate. Now, whereas in AAU I have to come out and play hard and be aggressive every time out. I've got to compete every game."
Sheridan is likely to visit Wake Forest unofficially on Thursday as he makes his way down to North Carolina. Sheridan's family will join him on the trip.