Four of nation's top six prospects to announce decisions Friday
Jahlil Okafor, Cliff Alexander, Tyus Jones and Stanley Johnson are all announcing their college decisions on Friday.
So Friday is shaping up to be a big day, huh?
Three of the nation’s top five high school seniors will announce their college decisions on Friday: Jahlil Okafor (No. 1 in the 247Sports Composite), Cliff Alexander (No. 3) and Tyus Jones (No. 5).
Alexander had already set his date, but Okafor and Jones were up in the air heading into the early signing period, which begins Wednesday. On Monday, however, both players tweeted their plans.
I'm excited to announce my college decision on Friday Nov 15th, 3pm at Apple Valley High school. Be there and thanks for all the support!— Tyus Jones (@Tyusjones06) November 12, 2013
I'm excited to announce my college decision on Friday Nov 15th, 3pm at Whitney Young high school. Be there and thanks for all the support!— Jahlil Okafor (@BigJah22) November 12, 2013
Okafor and Jones have both stated many times they plan on going to the same school. Kansas and Duke are the primary ones involved, with Baylor also sitting in the mix. Alexander has Kansas, Illinois, DePaul and Memphis on his final list.
Update: Stanley Johnson, ranked No. 6 in the 247Sports Composite, is also announcing his decision on Friday. He is considering Arizona, Kentucky and USC.
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