Though they hadn't gotten into much detail, Borman said, the trip sounds like it was a success. However, at least for now, Daniels remains on the market.
"It's kind of the same as before the Duke visit," Borman explained to Scout.com's Aaron Cedeño. "Everybody is still vying for his attention and his commitment. I know we've had a lot of coaches in here this week already to look at him. He's still undecided at the moment."
With no more official visits available to him and with the NCAA contact period now over, Daniels is expected to sit down in the next 10 days or so and start processing all he's seen and heard over the last few years of the recruiting process. However, a recent family matter has occurred which could put the decision making process on the back burner for another week or so.
Daniels is rated as a four star prospect and the No. 9 power forward in the class of 2011 according to Scout.com.