"It went real good," said Rhodes. "We looked around campus, tailgated with the team (before the Miami-Eastern Michigan football game), played some cornhole, and ate barbeque."
Rhodes got to spend some time with the Miami coaches. He said, "I hung out with Coach Lallathin, Coach Henderson, Coach Grunk (Jason Grunkemeyer), and Coach Coles." He added, "They are real cool coaches. I like them a lot. They are real friendly."
The wing forward said Miami is his leader right now. "They have shown the most interest," said Rhodes. "I like that school the best. Campus is the best campus. It is real nice."
Specifically with the campus, he mentioned Miami's business school. Rhodes said, "It had a nice auditorium with a stock ticker going across."
Rhodes' primary weapon on the court is outside shooting. This summer at the Ohio AAU state championship, while playing for All-Ohio, he made eight treys in a game.
Rhodes said he is compared to Dirk Norwitzski. Rhodes described his style of play:
"I am a wing forward and midpost. I like to shoot threes and pump fake it to the rim." Rhodes said his weakness is ballhandling and on the ball defense.
Rhodes was in attendance at Miami's Elite Camp in June.
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