Idris is currently competing at the Reebok sponsored ABCD camp on the campus of FDU. So far, in the first day of play, Hilliard has held his own. He is averaging nine points and three rebounds. Each player is allowed 16 minutes of playing time. So essentially, Hilliard performed his task in half the normal time of play.
"It's a challenge," Hilliard said after his first game yesterday afternoon. "The players are very good. But it's a time for me to try and improve my game too."
Idris has already taken recent visits to Wake Forest and DePaul (as reported by the Scout.com DePaul site). There are other schools too interested in Hilliard. Among them: Providence, Seton Hall, St. John's, Marquette, and Rutgers.
Coaches from Providence, St. John's, and Rutgers were spotted at one of his games. (This doesn't mean that the other schools weren't there either).