Best To Decide Between Two In May
Published by Gilbert Muako on April 5, 2011
A good chunk of the prospects in the current class have made their decision on where they’ll play in the fall. However, just like any other year, there’s still a few high-profile players still weighing their options.
Eastern Commerce star Aaron Best is one such prospect who’s still deciding and on Monday, the 6-foot-4 forward updated us on where he stands recruitment-wise saying in a text message that “I’m seriously looking at Ryerson or Penn U.”
Best also said that he won’t make his decision until May and that choosing between the two schools will be an extremely difficult decision because there are large advantages on both sides.
“I’m considering Ryerson because I have such a great relationship with Roy [Rana],” he said. “Penn is a Division I basketball school and [offers] an Ivy league education wrapped up in one.”
In order to finalize his decision, Best will be making a visit to both campuses soon.
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