Going from three to more than 30 verbal scholarship offers in the last three months, Muhammad is learning to be humble and diplomatic about the process, he said.
"The thing is I literally like every school equally," he said. "I know some people just say that, but any school that wants to offer me a scholarship is a huge honor. I have offers from pretty much everywhere in the country and they're all equal."
Don Bosco also camps annually as a team at B.C.
"Guys like Darius and Shumate are really helpful to me," Muhammad said. "Obviously they want me to play with them, but they want me to make the right decision. They have great advice."
When it comes to the technical parts of recruiting, Muhammad said he turns to Don Bosco head coach Greg Toal and assistant Anthony Campanile.
Muhammad plans to take multiple visits this spring to various schools, but does not have any plans set in stone.
Visits, Muhammad said, are necessary before he thinks about cutting his list or making a decision. The first cut likely does not come until the start of his senior season, he said.
"I don't want to cut any school until I learn a lot about them," Muhammad said. "Everyone is still equal."
Before his junior tape got out and his recruitment exploded, Muhammad knew of verbal offers at Rutgers, Boston College and Colorado dating back nearly a year.
"I really like Rutgers," Muhammad said. "Rutgers is home. I have teammates there. I love the coaches and they're great. But I like all of the coaches recruiting me. I like any school that likes me. Everyone is equal."