Wells is suiting up for the CP3 All-Stars in the It Takes 5ive Classic, and he is playing well and earning offers.
"I've played well, but I can do better," Wells said after the first day of action. "I need to maintain my play for longer spurts in the game if we're going to win the championship."
Wells previously held offers from Baylor and South Carolina, but his list is now up to six scholarship offers.
"I already had them from Baylor and South Carolina, and Miami and V. Tech offered me last month," said Wells. "Today I got offers from [NC] State and Xavier. Both of them told my coach that they were offering me, that's how I found out."
Checking in at 6-foot-4 and 205 pounds, Wells is a big-time athlete versatile enough to play three positions on the floor. He mainly played small forward for Word of God but feels he'll be a guard on the college level.
Wells is spending some time at point guard this summer with CP3. He had big-time showings at the 2009 Carolina Challenge and the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions.
He is now rated the No. 17 small forward in the 2011 class and a four-star recruit. With the additional offers, Wells maintains that he is wide open.
"I don't have any favorites," he said. "Every school is on the same level right now. I'm not in a hurry to pick a school."
Wells and CP3 returns to action today in playoff play. NC State head coach Sidney Lowe and assistant coach Larry Harris were on hand for CP3's games on Monday, and they also watched both of 2010 commitment Ryan Harrow's games.