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How has the recruiting process gone so far?
It's been pretty good, I have been associated with great coaches and schools which has been great. I have great coaches to lead me through the process to help guide me. My dad has been a big help, he played basketball at the Division-III level in college and he already went through it with my sister who plays Division-I ball in the MAAC.
Which schools have offered you so far?
What do you like about the aformentioned schools?
Michigan- I like the coaching staff, the school itself, and it has solid academics. The team seemed genuine and I could really get along with them and play with them.
Arizona State- The coaching staff was also a great draw. The system they run and the school were both appealing.
Stanford- It's all about the coaches and at the schools I mentioned that's a common theme. I liked the Stanford coaches and they were great people. I could see myself playing for them and they have great academics.
Maryland- The assistant coaches Chuck Driesell and Robbie Ehsan were the most fun I had on my official visits.
How long has Maryland been recruiting you?
They started last AAU season in April. They came to a few tournaments and after Gary Williams saw me play, they offered me in May. They had me down for an unofficial visit and I saw them play in November. They were the first major school to offer me, which holds a special spot, they had the confidence to go ahead and offer me early.
Maryland's lack of size was the achilles heal of the team. How could you help change that?
I play a combo of what Singler and Hansbrough do, but not to their level yet. I can shoot which is something not many people know because in AAU I play as a big and down low primarily. I can finish in the paint. I am an elusive and smart center in the position where I can get a pass from say Vasquez and finish or I can post up and finish.
TSR thanks Will Regan for taking the time to speak with us. We look forward to keeping in touch with him.