According to Cecil Kirk coach, Anthony Lewis, Gay's mother will return from a conference on Friday – likely putting the decision on hold until early-to-mid next week.
``There's still a possibility he may take unofficial visits to both schools, but I'm not sure that'll happen," Lewis said. "I think once his mother returns, it shouldn't be more than three or four days." Despite constant rumors that persist, Anthony Lewis said he is not pro-UConn.
``That's not true," Lewis said. "I am pro-Rudy. I support the players I have and their families. I don't think there is a bad choice out of the two. My position is that he's got to feel comfortable in whatever situation. They both have their advantages and disadvantages. He just has to sort it all out."
``His potential was there, but he jumped 90 spots this summer because he had the right complement of players that allowed him to show his abilities," Lewis said. "Having a guy like Jerome Johnson allowed him to show his ability to put it on the floor and run."
Lewis did not accompany Ray on his visit to Midnight Madness in College Park.
``His parents went with him," Lewis said. "There's only so many things on the agenda for adults and that's something that his parents needed to do."
Lewis agrees wholeheartedly with Gay's recent statements that this two-team race will go down to the wire.
``If this was a slam dunk, he would have made it already," Lewis said of the decision. "It's obvious that this is no slam dunk."