The 6-2 Shuler is probably a little harder on himself than he should be. He averaged 23 points a game and took on a new role: point guard. "After the [Hoop Jamboree] in St. Louis last summer, I took the role of point guard on my team. My coach just gave me the ball and let me run the point."
Now, colleges are recruiting Shuler as a combo guy and that's the position he would like to play in college. "I'd rather be a point guard but it all depends on the situation," Shuler said. "I like the ball in my hands."
Last season, Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, Virginia and UNC-Wilmington came to watch him play. So far, he doesn't have an offer but that'll come quickly.
"I would have to say Georgia Tech and State are recruiting me the hardest. Basically they said they are looking at how my play can fit in their offense."
Shuler will run this summer with the Onslow County All-Stars. He'll be attending a number of team camps and possibly the Nike All-American Camp.