4-star 2015 shooting guard King McClure is set to announce his college destination on Tuesday. He is down to the Baylor, Kansas and UCLA. McClure is one of the best shooting guards in the nation, and the Dallas native has been looking at the Bears a long time.
The 6-foot-3 guard plays for the Texas Titans (along with Mickey Mitchell who the Bears are also after, and the of the top running backs in the state of Texas this year, Sotonye Jamabo). He had 20 points this morning against Houston Hoops this morning.
McClure is an athletic guard, with great aggressiveness. He attacks both ends of the court, though he is much better offensively. Good 3-point shot, and can score all around the court. He is one of the best scorers in the 2015 class, in my opinion. He could be a combo guard, getting some minutes at PG, but I see him as a pure SG at the college level. He might want to play some PG though, as his size profiles better as a PG in the NBA. He is a lot like Ben Gordon to me.
The Bears have been rumored to be leading for this young man's service, and I think he chooses the Bears on Tuesday. Keep checking back for more on McClure and all Baylor recruiting.
King McClure Set to Annouce
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