NC State remains in the picture for the 6-foot-7 scorer and he's also looking at Louisville, St. John's and West Virginia. Rowan broke down what he likes about each program going into the final stretch of his recruitment.
Louisville: "Louisville you have a great system and a great head coach and I can play right away too. They've had guys in the past like Luke Hancock and I can go and play a role like him."
NC State: "NC State, another great coach, another great offense. They've had guys in their past like Trevor Lacey, T.J. Warren. If I go there, I can play the same roles as them, hopefully."
St. John's: "St. John's you have Chris Mullin, who played the same position as me. They're going to run an NBA type of offense. I think he can help me develop my game and take me to the next level because he's been in this position. He knows what to do."
West Virginia: "West Virginia is a tough team. They play, they run. They have a great coach. They have a motion offense where I can go and I can fit in perfectly to."
In order for Rowan to get into school for next year, he has to complete two summer courses, of which he also needs to do some classroom work in order to graduate and become eligible. But a key factor in his decision will be how playing time comes into focus.
"I'm looking at schools where I can play right away. I'm not going to skip my senior year to go sit on the bench," Rowan said.
A commit from the wing will come shortly, but he's first focused on his commitment to getting through the classes before committing.
"I need to get through the classes and finish up. I don't want to commit but not be able to finish my classes."
So far this summer, Rowan has played with E1T1 in the Peach Jam and for the USA South team in the Nike Global Challenge. Scout.com regards Rowan as the No. 37 overall prospect in the Class of 2015.