``I didn't commit to Kansas," Pocius said en route back to Holderness School (N.H.) from the airport. "I want to visit Duke so I have something to compare it to and can see a different place."
``But it was a great visit," he added. "It was really crazy there for Midnight Madness and it was good to be able to get to know all the guys and the coaching staff. I could see myself being comfortable there because I really like the atmosphere."
For one reason or another, Arizona and Florida both dropped out - and Texas and Utah were unable to crack the final two.
Now it's down to Duke and Kansas, the school that helped get him to Holderness.
``I want to talk to my parents and tell them how I feel," Pocius said. ‘'I'll do that tomorrow (Monday) and also next week when I get back from Duke and then, hopefully, make a decision."
Pocius mentioned the festivities during Midnight Madness as the highlight of his trip. He also seemed enamored with getting an opportunity to meet former Kansas star and NBA player Danny Manning. JR Giddens and Sasha Kaun were the two players who basically hosted Pocius on his trip.
Holderness coach Jamie Gallagher said that it's likely Pocius will take advantage of his opportunity.
``When he was playing on the national team, some of the players are in college now and I'm not sure if they really had a choice where they were going to college," Gallagher said. "Marty feels like he owes it to himself to visit Duke and not just go on one visit."
``I still want to take my visit to Duke, so I can compare the two schools," Pocius reiterated. "I want to see Duke."
``Playing time is really important to me," he added. "But at the same time, I have to be comfortable with the staff, the team and the atmosphere. This isn't an easy decision for me, but I have two good choices." The problem is that Pocius can only choose one.