Much like his running mate P'Allen
Stinnett, Andre McFarland has narrowed his playing field down to two teams,
McFarland remains to be very much
a priority for the
"I don't have a preference right now," McFarland told CN about the two schools.
What's a pro for
"TV is always good. That definitely plays a part in it," McFarland said.
Not only would the Big 12 bring
more exposure, McFarland said that he and his brother both have great
relationships with the
"I see the coaches in the stands all the time. I have a good relationship with them and so does my brother," McFarland said.
McFarland also has a close
connection with the
"My old AAU coach (Slocumb) is an
assistant on the
Earlier in the week, Stinnett told CN that he and McFarland would end up together playing ball next year. McFarland agreed with his teammate and best friend.
"We feel really comfortable with each other. We know each other's style of basketball. I know where he's going to be at on the court and he knows where I'm going to be and off the court, we're best friends," McFarland said.
"I talked to Craig just the other day. We had a cool conversation," McFarland said. "He's really happy with his decision."