Some experts believe that Diante Garrett is a future NBA PG. At 6'4, those experts might be correct and as the summer is getting longer, Garrett is getting more attention. Is Iowa State still at the top of his list? Get the scoop here only at CN.
With more and more offers being
handed out everyday by the Iowa State coaching staff, pressure is starting
to build on the original players who were offered by the staff months ago.
Diante Garrett is one of those
guys. The 6'4 PG still says that Iowa State is high on his list, but that list
"I've added a few more schools:
Xavier, Wisconsin Green Bay and
just looking. Nobody jumped out and grabbed my attention yet. They have just
been sending a lot of letters and calling, things like that," Garrett told CN
about the new schools on his list.
While those schools have appeared
on Garrett's list, Iowa State, Clemson and UNLV appear to still be
the leaders for Garrett.
Garrett, who has been busy playing
AAU ball said that coaches from around the country have been in attendance
"Coach Greg McDermott and T.J.
Otzelberger from Iowa State have been there a lot. Tom Crean
has been there. The coaches from Xavier, UNLV and Clemson have been there too,"
McDermott's and Otzelberger's
presence has created a great relationship with Garrett, who said he could see
himself in a Cyclone uniform.
"It's a possibility for me to be
in a Cyclone uniform. I really like that crew. They are really cool and good
coaches. They call and text me. They talk to my dad and things like
Garrett has appeared to be high on
State ever since he
attended the Cyclone camp earlier in the summer. Garrett insists that he won't
commit anywhere until he's taken a visit, which is something that he plans on
doing with Iowa
"That (Iowa State) probably would be one school that I
know I will visit for sure," Garrett said.
That visit could come as soon as
the end of this month.
"At the end of this month I'm
probably going to take a couple more visits," Garrett said.
As for his other visits, Garrett
said that he and his dad would talk before he knew anything else.