I asked him if he and his brother have a leader.
"No, all five schools have the same chance," said Wear. "We'll probably decide sometime next spring or summer."
Reggie Moore, 6-0 SR PG/SG Seattle (Wash.) Ranier Beach, put on a show in his final game in Las Vegas. Moore tried to lead his Seattle Rotary team back with a scintillating performance in the second half against Pump N Run, but he didn't get enough help and Rotary was defeated in the semifinal game of the Super 64.
When I asked him which program has been recruiting him the hardest, Moore replied, "Santa Clara."
Moore said he hopes to make a decision before the school year. He said he has a 3.5 GPA.
When I asked if he has a leader, Woolridge replied, "Pepperdine, Arizona State and USC are probably the leaders."
Woolridge said he plans on making his decision in September.
Josh Lepley, 6-9 SR C/PF Reno (Nev.) Bishop Mongue, told me he's hearing from Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, Long Beach State, Sacramento State and Colorado State, along with a few others.
Colin Chieverton, 6-5 SR SF San Jose (Calif.) Mitty, told me he's been hearing from Marquette, Nevada, Pepperdine and Santa Clara.