"Right now they're all even right now," Waithe told Scout.com. "I want to go somewhere where I can play as a freshman where I can show my athleticism and get up and down and run. I sort of play like Tayshaun Prince, a long athletic game."
Last season, Waithe ran with Sir Walter Laurier Collegiate School. He made a name for himself on the summer circuit by shooting the basketball with proficiency despite a spindly frame. Waithe said this year in Canada was a good one and the level of play up north is getting better.
"It's pretty good competition. I think it's quite similar to down here. I think we're catching up to basketball in America. The competition is real high."