Tilton (N.H.) senior swingman and Roxbury resident Wayne Selden, ESPNU's No. 13 overall Class of 2013 prospect, has reportedly trimmed his list of schools to six.
Florida, Ohio State, UCLA, Kansas, Missouri and Syracuse made the cut for Selden, who moved back into his original 2013 class from 2014 earlier this summer. He told BuckeyeNation's Brad Bournival there is currently no favorite, and that he is unsure at this time as to when he will take official visits or make a commitment.
Selden gave Bournival a few comments on each school. For that entire article, CLICK HERE. Below is an excerpt:
Here’s what he had to say about each school:
Florida: “I like them because they have great guard play. They have a great up-tempo offense and Billy Donovan is a great coach that has won championships.”
Ohio State: “I like Ohio State because they run an NBA offense and are great at player development. Thad Matta is a heck of a coach. Winning schools that are always competing for national championships always stand out.”
UCLA: “[Coach] Ben Howland does a great job of developing his guards. They’re a big program on the rise.”
Kansas: “I like Bill Self. He’s a great coach with a winning tradition and they have a great offensive tempo.”
Missouri: “They have a really fast style of play offensively and defensively. There are a few of my guys that go there [Alex Oriakhi and Dominique Bull went to Tilton] as well.”
Syracuse: “They always have great guard play. It’s a great place to be if you’re a guard.”