USF Keeping Tabs on Cheatham

Provided with a unique set of size and skills for a floor general, Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Pembroke Pines Charter point guard, Haanif Cheatham, has schools inquiring about the lengthy point guard's services. caught up the 2015 standout for the latest.

At 6-foot-5, 180-pounds, Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Pembroke Pines Charter point guard, Haanif Cheatham, provides elite tools for a point guard with his size and skillset. The 2015 lengthy backcourt product has generated a buzz throughout Broward County and caught up with Cheatham for the latest in his recruitment.

"Right now, I have offers from Alabama, Georgia, Miami (Fl), South Florida, UCF, Murray State and FIU," Cheatham said.

Having two full high school seasons yet to played at Pembroke Pines, Cheatham could see his list of offers multiply in months with other schools currently showing heavy interest.

"Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Kansas are showing me interest as well," Cheatham said.

Several schools in the Sunshine State have kept tabs on Cheatham as of late. One of those schools is South Florida, who extended the crafty playmaker a scholarship in mid-August.

"I haven't really been up to USF, not yet," Cheatham said. "But I love how the coaching staff does a great job with their players getting them to the next level."

As for leaders, all schools are even for the Broward County star.

"No, not right now," Cheatham said. "I'm just going through the process and enjoying it."

For Cheatham, a trio of factors will come into his decision-making process and a decision could come in the near future.

"Probably the coaching staff, faculty and fan support," Cheatham said. "I would like to make my decision soon, but I know I have to weigh my options."

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