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At the beginning of Ebuka Anyaorah’s senior season, North Gwinnett coach
Len Garner figured his talented shooting guard would end up at Fairfield or
Tennessee Tech. Turns out the 6-foot-4, 180-pounder grabbed the attention of
high major coaches.
After scoring 677 points and averaging 26 points and 8.3 rebounds per game, Anyaorah began drawing interest. A number of schools called, then the offers came pouring in from schools across the country.
At this point, Anyaorah is starting to narrow down his options and has just two official visits left. He currently hold scholarship offers from Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Texas A&M, Colorado, Michigan and Oklahoma.
He recently took an official visit to Colorado and also unofficially visited a pair of in-state programs.
“He has two visits left and I think one is going to be Texas A&M, but he’s not too sure about the other one, it’s between Oklahoma and Michigan,” Garner said.
“He has visited unofficially to Georgia Tech and Georgia,” he continued. “With them being right here in town, he thought he’d much rather use those as unofficial visits because he knows them so well.”
The next step is to set up visit dates and take his final two trips, however that’s somewhat been put on hold, as the schools in contention are getting ready for post season tournaments.
“I think what’s going to take place is with the couple of visits he still has left but it’s tough,” Garner said. “As long as the schools are still in the NCAA it gets tougher because you can’t make visits if they are going somewhere else.”
Anyaorah likely won't make his college decision until following the NCAA and NIT tournaments. He scored 1,459 points during his career at North Gwinnett.