Boyd points to several factors that will help him decide where he wants to play his college basketball. "The things I consider is the school location; whether it's a basketball state. The atmosphere when games are in town, how the fans and the people treat the players. The players who've gone through the program are a consideration too and the players' lifestyles. UK has really pleased me with those things. That's why they lead at this point," said Boyd.
While Kentucky may lead for Boyd, there are other top quality programs interested in h 6-foot-5 swingman. "The programs showing the most interest are obviously Kentucky, Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Marquette, Oklahoma and Tennessee," said Boyd.
There are also other schools trying to get more involved. "Florida State, Georgia Tech, Connecticut, Pittsburgh and Texas are trying to get involved," said Boyd. "Kentucky, Kansas, Kansas State and Oklahoma State are my top schools. Those are the ones I've seen," Boyd said.
Boyd has had a good summer so far and after sitting out last year, he's showcasing his skills on the AAU circuit and in the camps. "My strength is getting everybody involved. I'm like a big point guard or a strong shooting guard," said Boyd. "I like to check my man from end to end. I like to talk to my teammates and make sure their heads are right. I want to be a leader on and off the court," said Boyd. "But don't get me wrong. I like to get to the rim. I'm a good offensive player," Boyd added.
"The summer is going well. I'm playing in a lot of big events and playing very well. I'm feeling good about myself," Boyd finished.
Boyd is a four-star player according to Scout.com.