Sandifer has a timetable

Chris Sandifer has been a big performer on the EYBL circuit this spring and carried it over to the Pangos All American Camp this past weekend. He was one of the top scorers in the camp, doing it in a variety of ways, and was named to the top 30 all-star game.

Chris Sandifer has been a big performer on the EYBL circuit this spring and carried it over to the Pangos All American Camp this past weekend. He was one of the top scorers in the camp, doing it in a variety of ways, and was named to the top 30 all-star game.

Offers are in from San Diego State, Colorado, and UNLV, along with interest from Tulsa, St. Louis, Washington State, Arkansas, and Marquette.

"I'm pretty open right now, I'm trying to make a decision after July and make an early decision so that way I can focus on getting my game prepared for the start of senior year," Sandifer said.

Sandifer mentioned San Diego State and Colorado as schools that are recruiting him the hardest currently.

"I know I'm visiting San Diego State and Colorado this summer but I haven't set any dates yet," Sandifer told me.

When Justin Hutson made the move back to San Diego State from UNLV, Sandifer was one of the first prospects he reached out to with an offer. "(Coach Hutson) has been telling me that they need somebody like me to come in and run the floor. Somebody that can get open and knock down shots, just somebody that can effect the game in a variety of ways."

When Sandifer does end up making the decision on a school, he knows what he's looking for. "Academically I'm looking for somewhere that they are gonna get me the necessary help when I need it. On the court I want to play an up-tempo style, I wanna go somewhere, not necessarily where I'm gonna get time right away as a freshman but at least by my sophomore year I'll be getting a lot of playing time."

"I'm a score first guard, I like to get to the rim and shoot the three, overall I'm just a scorer."

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