Kyle Fogg, 6-3 SR SG Brea (Calif.) High, is one of the more underrated players in the class of 2008. An athletic slasher with a well-rounded game, Fogg can score in a variety of ways and he's a solid defender.
I spoke with Fogg recently and he said a few schools have been expressing interest in him.
"Santa Clara, UC Santa Barbara, UNLV and ASU are the main ones so far," said Fogg.
I asked Fogg what he's looking for in a school.
"I just want to go to a good school. I'm not too worried about early playing time," said Fogg. "I just want to go somewhere that I can take my game to the next level and get better. Location doesn't really matter but, if I could, I'd like to stay kind of close to home."
Fogg said a local Pac-10 program was his favorite when he was growing up.
"USC was my favorite when I was little," said Fogg.
With his recruitment just starting to heat up, Fogg said he's going to take some time before choosing a school.
Fogg is currently averaging 26 points, 10 rebounds and five assists a game. He said he has a 2.8 GPA.
Kyle Fogg Drawing Attention
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