"I thought it might be about time (to make a decision)," Wilson said. "I'm going to sit down with my father and a couple of family friends in the next few minutes and get this thing figured out."
"Everyone is still in it. The four schools are Marquette, Michigan State, Texas and Oregon," Wilson said.
The Wisconsin star officially visited Michigan State (October 3), Texas (October 17) and Oregon (November 7). He has yet to take an official to Marquette, but has been there plenty of times. The Horlick High star said many things would be deciding factors.
"Anywhere from academics to playing time to the players and coaches will be factors. Everything counts right now. The coaching in the last 30 seconds of a game counts. Really, everything and not just one thing," Wilson said.
Of the several factors that go into making a decision, the official visit process is always key for the programs out of state. Wilson says he took things away from each visit that benefitted the programs he is considering.
"Some schools stood out in different ways. Academics wise, all the schools showed me things, but Texas outdid everyone in that regard. Their academic instructor is phenomenal. Every school stood in different ways in terms of basketball," Wilson said.
Another important factor that will likely play into the decision making process is what position each program thinks he can play for them. Wilson says that has varied from school to school.
"The schools haven't really told me the same positions. Marquette is talking two/three, Michigan State the three, Texas is looking at me at two and three and Oregon the one through the three." Wilson said.
It's likely that Wilson will make a verbal commitment to the school of his choice, but not sign until his mother's birthday on March 8.