Curry Closing In On Decision

Seth Curry's dad chose to play at Virginia Tech, and his brother, Stephen, is a sophomore-to-be at Davidson. Now it's the youngest Curry's turn, as he'll make his college decision in the near future.

Seth Curry's recruitment is nearing its end. After an impressive July, the son of former NBA player Dell Curry has his list narrowed down to a few schools.

"[Recruiting] picked up a little bit, but now I've narrowed it down to three schools," Curry said.

The 6-foot, 160-pound rising senior is now only considering Liberty, Davidson and Virginia Tech. Recently, Curry took a visit to Liberty and due to their upcoming trip he got to watch them practice.

"I went on a visit to Liberty this past weekend. It went real well. I watched them practice because they are going to Canada this week. I went on a tour [of the campus]."

Although Liberty will be the last school to get a visit, Davidson is heavily in the running for a few reasons. His brother, Stephen, will be a sophomore this coming season and Seth also loves their style of play.

"I just like how they play and their coaches," he said. "I like the system they have as a mid-major too."

The last school on his list is Virginia Tech, and they have some family connections as well. Seth's father, Dell, played at Virginia Tech and helped them make it to four consecutive post season tournaments.

"Virginia Tech is talking about red-shirting me a year, but I don't know. I'm interested in it."

With his list down to three schools, Curry is closing in on a final decision. The Charlotte (N.C.) Charlotte Christian standout said he will make his final decision in the next two weeks.

"Pretty much just have a good relationship with the coaches," he said when asked what he was looking for in a school. "And when I get there I want to be in the best situation that will make me successful."

If Curry's genes have anything to do with it, he'll have plenty of future success.

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