Regan Talks Visits; Has A Handful of Offers

Will Regan is fresh of a visit to a Pac-10 program and is preparing for a pair of unofficial visits over the next two weekends.

Despite being a junior-to-be, Will Regan has already spent a considerable amount of time thinking about and examining his recruitment.

With visits to Maryland, Stanford, Georgetown, Virginia, Ohio State, Michigan and Arizona State already behind him, he's set to embark on trips to Penn State this coming weekend and Notre Dame the first weekend of October.

Regan's most recent trip was to Arizona State this past weekend and he left with a good impression of Herb Sendek's program

"I liked it a lot," Regan said. "I got to actually to talk and meet the coaches along with the guys that committed there, so I got a good feel for what the team would be like. I got to learn about the school too."

Of the schools involved, Regan has scored scholarship offers from Arizona State, Penn State, Maryland, Virginia Tech, St. John's, Oregon State and Providence.

Despite all of the interest for the 6-foot-8, 215-pound big man, he said it's still too early to start talking about favorites.

"Every school I go to I like a lot," Regan said. "Over the next year I'll know a lot more and a couple of people are coming up to my school, so I'll have an idea through that."

"I'm just going to let everything develop," he continued. "I'll make my decision over the next year, over the summer. I want to see how my options develop and know who's going where. And where I'm going to fit in the best and enjoy myself and have the best opportunity academically and athletically."

Regan is coming off a summer, where he participated with the New Albany City Rocks. He put together impressive performances at Peach Jam and in the Super Showcase, and helped lead them to strong finishes in each.

"I think it went pretty well," he said. "I didn't show as much as I could do because I had to play down low a lot and I've expanded my game some behind the arc more. We had Tobias [Harris] on the team and Taran [Buie], so I just played down low."

Regan, a member of the 2010 class, is currently rated as a three-star prospect.


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