Cushing Academy Class of 2014 point guard Kaleb Joseph has narrowed his list of schools down to three.
I have decided to narrow my list of schools down to Syracuse University, West Virginia University and Providence college.
— kaleb joseph (@kalebjoseph15) July 29, 2013
Joseph, a Nashua, N.H. native and the No. 51 overall player in the ESPN 100, held number of high-major offers but said Providence, Syracuse and West Virginia stuck out the most.
“Throughout the whole recruiting process, those three schools stood out the most and made it known that I was a priority for them since Day One,” Joseph told ESPN's Adam Finkelstein.
For the complete story from Finkelstein, CLICK HERE (Insider only).
Playing this summer with the Rivals AAU club, Joseph has distinguished himself as one of the nation's top point guards during the intensive July evaluation period. Scouts Inc. says Joseph "has all the signs of a top prospect with good ball skills, size and length at his position, and a calm court demeanor at his disposal, but he will be judged by his ability to turn potential into production in the coming years."
Joseph's complete evaluation from ESPNU can be found HERE (Insider only).