The 6-foot-1, 170-pound California native, who committed to USC in late November and has spent the season at Oak Hill Academy (Va.), has decided to re-open his recruitment – but will only consider three schools.
Jennings is still seriously considering USC – and he has added UConn and Arizona back to the mix.
``Those are the three he's interested in," said Kelly Williams, who coaches Jennings in the summer. "It's going to be one of the three."
Jennings, Scout.com's top-ranked point guard in the Class of 2008, played his first two seasons at Compton Dominguez High (Calif.).
``He's always been interested in Connecticut and Arizona since I can remember," Williams said. "USC came on late."
``He can't go wrong with any of the three," he added. "Tim Floyd has done a great job turning things around at USC and Coach Calhoun and Lute Olson speak for themselves."
``He's going to visit all three of the schools and then sit down with his family," Williams continued.