Why those three ACC programs?
“They are good programs, and you just can’t go wrong with Duke. With North Carolina, it’s a good school, and I feel like if I keep working hard that I could get an offer from them.”
“I’m willing to go anywhere. It’s what’s best for me. If it’s in SoCal then I’ll go back and if it’s somewhere else then I’ll go anywhere.”
But what if the Blue Devils, Tar Heels, or Orange jumped in with an offer? Would that impact things for him?
“It would affect it a ton. The fact that these teams have offered me is great, but if Duke, Kentucky, those types of schools if they offer me, or they are going to look at that like that’s amazing. It all plans out and even though I can only go to one school, the list is good.”
Despite being labeled a power forward at this point, Preston believes he possesses the ability to play multiple positions and would like to do so at the NCAA level.
“I watched Shabazz Muhammed at UCLA, and though I’m a little bit taller than him but he did a little bit of everything. Dribble, post game, brought the ball up the floor. I also feel like Jabari Parker is a good example, I try to mix in a little bit of everything. Just the fact that players like me, versatile players, they have options on the floor and having that allows you to get to spots and be used in multiple ways. I feel like me in college I’m going to stand out like those guys did.”