In early August, Zeller narrowed his list to North Carolina, Indiana, Purdue and Notre Dame. Throughout the past two months the Washington (Ind.) High standout took official visits to each of his four finalists and he might not be done.
"Maybe," Zeller said when asked if he plans to take anymore visits. "I might take a couple more just to make sure. I don't know yet. It is just a possibility."
Zeller has taken both official and unofficial visits to each school on his list and still hasn't been able to make a clear cut decision. He had hoped to make his decision by November 5th, but as of Wednesday afternoon a decision date is still up in the air.
"I haven't decided on a date yet," Zeller said.
Zeller's brother, Luke, plays his college ball at Notre Dame -- however, Tyler has made it clear in the past that his brother being at Notre Dame won't have much of an effect on his college decision.
Ranked No. 16 overall and No. 4 at the power forward spot, Zeller will bring a lot to the table to whichever program he chooses. According to his high school Zeller's ability to run the floor is among his most impressive attributes.
"He's runs the floor really well," Washington High coach Gene Miller said. "He probably runs the floor as well as any big man in the country. He shoots the ball extremely well from 20-feet on in and he has great range."