"I've never had the head coach (Fran McCaffery) be the main recruiter until Iowa came along," the 6-foot-10, 200-pound forward from Lee's Summit (Mo.) High said. "I'd say we have a real good relationship. My parents like him a lot, too. He just seems like a great guy; an honest guy."
"Optimally, I'd like to make my decision relatively soon after I take my visits," Kravish said. "I'm a little leery about waiting too long to make a decision. I know I'm not the only kid these schools are offering."
Kravish begins his visit tour with an unofficial to Creighton on Aug. 28th. He'll then be in Iowa City on Sept. 4th for the Hawkeyes football game against Eastern Illinois. That's an official visit.
Kravish has an official visit to Colorado for the first week of Oct., but he's trying to move it up to Sept. 11. He'll be in Berkley, Ca. on Sept. 25th.
Wichita State has been recruiting Kravish the longest (for about a year and a half). He attended a game there last season. got a look around and said he had a pretty good feel for the Shockers program. He said he'd likely set up another unofficial there as well.
"I would say that all of the schools are pretty equal," Kravish said of his Final Five. "I'm not really looking at a particular conference or anything like that. I'm just looking for the best fit."
Kravish said McCaffery told him that the coach likes how he runs the floor and thinks he will fit well with the Hawkeyes' up-tempo style.
"Everyone I talk to, even the coaches who aren't recruiting me anymore, say they see me as a pick-and-pop four," Kravish said. "I'm an athletic four who doesn't need to play with my back to the basket. I can play out on the perimeter."
Kravish is seeking a pre-med major in college.
"That's a pretty big factor in my decision," he said.