Hield, who lives in the Bahamas when he's not in school, said he's hearing from Kansas, Maryland, Virginia Tech, and Baylor. He picked up offers from Oregon and the University of Memphis last weekend.
While he won't narrow down his list until mid-September, the 6-foot-4 guard did say he was looking into the Tigers very hard.
"It's a great program," Hield said. "Coach Pastner is a great guy. It's a good system. It fits my game."
Hield and his AAU team, Kansas Players, are in Las Vegas, Nev., for the Adidas Super 64 event which starts this weekend. After that, Hield said he'll return to the Bahamas for two weeks and, in September, he'll start to narrow down his list.
"I just want to go somewhere I can play," Hield said. I just want to go to a place where I can have fun. I want to go somewhere I can enjoy myself."