Thon Maker's guardian says Indiana and Arizona State have had the most contact with them about Maker's services.
The Thon Maker saga has dragged on into late May, and there is no imminent end in sight. But Indiana remains in the running for the 5-star center's services.
Maker's guardian, Ed Smith, told ESPN's Jeff Borzello on Friday that Indiana and Arizona State have been in contact with him the most. Kentucky and Kansas were also in Maker's final four schools.
Smith also told ESPN that Maker won't enroll in school until at least December, confirming what has long been thought to be Maker's preference. Smith told our Evan Daniels recently that Maker will not play overseas next season, but until he actually enrolls in a school, playing professionally outside of the U.S. remains an option.
Maker visited Indiana for the Michigan State game late last regular season.
We will continue to update you on Maker's recruitment as things change.
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