Sam Webb: How do you think you did here today?
Juval Mollette: “I did pretty good today. One-on-ones, I didn’t get that many reps but seven-on-seven, I caught some good fades.”
Sam Webb: Testing wise, before you got to do the one on ones, how did you measure, what was your 40? Do you remember those things?
Juval Mollette: “I don’t remember my 40 but I know the second one was way better than the first one. On my shuttle I got a 4.17 going towards the right and then 4.15 going left.”
Sam Webb: Take me through your season. How did things go for you for your high school team this year?
Juval Mollette: “It wasn’t as good as my sophomore season. More teams started bracketing me so I had to find other ways to score and get other teammates involved.”
Sam Webb: Clearly though, coming off your sophomore season, colleges that already knew about you, do you know how many scholarship offers you have on the table right now?
Juval Mollette: “I have 11.”
Sam Webb: Can you recite some of them off the top of your head?
Sam Webb: So of 11 schools, have any of those schools started to stick out for you yet?
Juval Mollette: “Not necessarily. I have a couple but not necessarily.”
Sam Webb: Did you have a favorite growing up?
Juval Mollette: “Not really. I kind of always liked Clemson, Carolina, and Ohio State because they were always big.”
Sam Webb: You mentioned Ohio State, obviously a Midwest school. Is distance from home going to be a factor for you?
Juval Mollette: “No sir.”
Sam Webb: I hear Michigan has shown some interest.
Juval Mollette: “Yeah, their coach came by and saw me after one of my practices. Later he told me that they are interested in me. They’re going to show a lot of interest in the spring.”
Sam Webb: Have you gotten out on any visits yet?
Juval Mollette: “Yes, I visited almost every school except for Georgia Tech, Clemson, ECU, and I think Wake Forest.”
Sam Webb: Do you anticipatevisiting any of those schools in the Midwest?
Juval Mollette: “Yes sir.”
Sam Webb: You think you are going to visit Michigan and Notre Dame?
Juval Mollette: “Possibly.”
Sam Webb: Let’s talk timeline. When you think you will be ready to make a decision.
Juval Mollette: “Probably after my senior season, I am going to sit down and think a lot, me and my mom and see what she thinks, and my coach.”
Sam Webb: What are going to be the criteria for that decision?
Juval Mollette: “Basically somewhere that I feel like home, good coaching, good campus, and good academics.”