Joseph is wired to be a scoring guard. He's a good shooter with an athletic build. There's every reason to think he signs a high-major scholarship next year. Some colleges are thinking the same thing.
Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Baylor, Marquette, Xavier, UMass, Georgia and North Carolina State have been in contact.
"The summer is going to be crucial for him," Dangelas said. "He's playing really, really well right now.
"I see him playing both the guard slots but he really is a good scorer. He might be better off playing the two but he can really, really score. He's really doing a tremendous job getting into the paint. He's a real good kid and he's a team leader."
Joseph has scored 31 and 30 in his last two games. His scoring average is approaching 20 a game.