When it comes to recruiting these days, it's very common for upcoming Seniors to start trimming their list of schools, but Mfon Udofia isn't quite ready to do that just yet.
Udofia, the 6'1" 180lbs guard from Lithonia, GA, is rapidly becoming a highly desired point guard for many college coaches. While Udofia isn't ready to trim his list right now, but he did give an indication of the schools that's recruiting him the most. "Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Florida, Miami, Marquette, Kentucky, and Rutgers, but I'm wide open. I'll cut my list after July and then take all my visits."
One school that he has talked to about a possible visit is Kentucky, "We've talked about it some, but I haven't scheduled any visits yet. I like Kentucky's style of play, their tradition, and I really like Coach Gillispie." Udofia says that he does talk with Coach Webster the most and claims a scholarship offer from the Cats as well.
Until July, Udofia is enjoying his AAU season and he recently participated in the NBA Camp last week. "I played on the Cavaliers team and I think I played pretty well. I just wanted to go out there and win." Udofia says he has a balanced game and will do whatever needs to be done. "I'm kinda like Chris Paul, Tony Parker, and Rajon Rondo. I can score, play defense, just whatever."
Mfon Udofia is rated the 8th best Point Guard in the 2009 class.
DICKSON: Udofia won't trim list til July
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