Speaking of dreams seasons, it's been that and then some for senior guard Patrick Beverley. The 6-foot-2 guard has put up gaudy numbers, including 37 in his team's last loss, and drawn the attention of colleges across the nation.
"He plays with a lot of energy and that type stuff," one high-major coach said. "He's a very good player."
His high school coach, Lamar Bryant, told Scout.com that Beverley is looking hard at 4 schools. "We've got St. John's, Virginia, Michigan and Arkansas." Bryant said that Wake Forest, Florida State, Missouri and Seton Hall have all made calls about his guard.
"We really haven't just sat down and talked. There's been so much distraction that we haven't given it much thought."
Bryant said that when his star does sit down and commit himself to evaluating his schools, two things will come into play. "Any student-athlete should look at the graduation rate and then see if he can come in and be productive as a freshman."