INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - After an impressive start to his sophomore season, 2017 wing David Caraher continues to pick up interest from a number of schools around the country.
Currently ranted as a 3-star prospect, the 6-foot-5 wing has started to gain interest from Virginia, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Stanford, Butler, and a few others to go along with his offers from Charlotte, Appalachian State, Houston Baptist, and Radford.
On Wednesday night Caraher took an unofficial visit to Wake Forest, one of the newest schools to show increased interest.
"(It went) Great!," Caraher told InsidetheDawgPound. "Sat down with all the coaches and had a great talk in person after the game."
Wake Forest was able to pull out an exciting 72-70 win and after the game Caraher sat down with the coaches for the Demon Deacons.
"(I talked with) Coach Randolph Childress and Danny Manning," Caraher said. "They said an offer is soon to come if I keep playing at the level I am and how much they love me and need me."
As far as the other schools that are starting to show interest, Caraher said one school is pushing for him to visit soon.
"Virginia is coming strong. They are coming to meet with me soon and want me for a visit."
The Chapel Hill (NC) High School star is averaging over 20 points, 14 rebounds, and 5 assists this season while playing guard through center.
Next up in Caraher's recruitment is a visit to Indianapolis for Butler's game against No.6 Villanova. The 2017 wing is unable to make the trip himself, due to a scheduling conflict, but his parents will be making the trip to Butler. While he is disappointed that he cannot make the trip, he hopes everything goes well.