Tucker, of course, is one of Rick Pitino's top recruiting priorities in the senior class. A teammate of Tucker's on the Michigan Hurricanes, Crater is considered one of the top point guards nationally in his class. Rated the No. 2 point guard in the Class of 2008, Crater is an outstanding lead guard who runs his team and can score when needed. He's also a big time assist guy with poise and patience and possesses natural leadership ability for the position.
As a sophomore at Flint Southwestern, Crater averaged 14 points and 10 assists, earning first team All-State honors in the process. This spring, Crater has burst onto the scene nationally with outstanding performances on the AAU circuit, establishing himself as one of the top point guards in his class.
"He's a slick assist man who limits mistakes and can fill it up from the perimeter," said Scout.com nationally recruiting director Dave Telep. "At 6-foot-1 he's got some speed, busts 3's and sets up his teammates."
Crater already boasts offers from Ohio State, Marquette, and Iowa. Besides his current trip to Louisville, Crater also made a stop to Ohio State last week. "I don't have a set list or anything, but the schools I like are Duke, Illinois, Ohio State, Marquette, Michigan State, Michigan, North Carolina, Kansas, Arizona, Louisville and Iowa," Crater told Scout.com last month.
Crater is scheduled to attend the ABCD Camp in New Jersey next week.
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