Georgia Tech coach, Chad Dollar witnessed Quarterman's performance with the Atlanta Celtics and was impressed. He wasn't the only one that was impressed. "I had a lot of coaches out there from the other teams compliment me on my tourney. I had a great time and it was a great experience to go there and play basketball."
Tim Quarterman is not sure if his performance helped his recruitment. "I had my phone turned off and I am just now getting back home and in the flow of my normal daily routines."
Quarterman has three schools that he feels are recruiting him the hardest. George Mason, Georgia Tech, and Cincinnati are the three schools.
Coach Brian Gregory and Coach Dollar have been in touch with Quarterman for Georgia Tech. "Coach Dollar and I have built up a really good relationship so far."
All the schools recruiting Quarterman like him as a point guard. "They like my size, which is 6'6"-180. I know I can play the shooting guard and small forward but point is where they are recruiting me to play and to be honest that is where I'd like to play when I get to college."
Following his performance in Las Vegas, Quarterman will be playing in the Real Deal in Arkansas and the Converse Invitational in Atlanta. "I plan on taking a visit to check out Georgia Tech during the summer."
"I like the school and staff a lot at Georgia Tech and I talk to Stacey Poole often." Poole has told Quarterman that the school is a great place. "He has nothing but positives things to say about Georgia Tech and he was glad he decided to transfer there."
Tim is not sure if he'll make his decision in the early signing period or wait until the spring of 2013. Tim plans to check out schools during the summer. "It depends on how that goes as to when I will make my decision and sign."
The most important thing that Tim will be looking at in making his decision will be the coaching staff at each school. He will also be looking at the style of play. "I want to know if players get along and play together as a team."
Look for the interest in Quarterman to grow as the AAU season continues throughout the spring and summer.