There's been considerable speculation about a direct jump to the NBA after his senior year of his school, but Rush continues to insist college is in his future.
"I'm really thinking about college right now, the NBA isn't even in my thought process," Rush said.
On the recruiting front, Rush seems to have a couple of favorites in mind though he was a little coy in naming them.
"I don't have any favorites right now," Rush explained when asked what colleges he preferred. "I like them all right now."
Mount Zion head coach Tony Fozard, Rush's high school coach, had a different take on his young star's recruitment.
"Louisville probably has the edge with Brandon because of Coach Pitino and his style of play," Fozard said Thursday evening.
Fozard also said that Rush is working to improve his core GPA and noted that the 6-foot-7 forward hasn't taken either of the standardized tests for admission to college yet. "He's doing real well with the practice tests, though," Fozard added.
Indiana's Mike Davis was in the gym Thursday at ABCD.