Four-star wing Davon Reed trims list to eight schools
Davon Reed isn't on the verge of ending his recruitment, but he trimmed his school list down to eight recently. Who made the cut?
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – He’s not ready to end his recruitment anytime soon, but Davon Reed took a major step in his recruitment recently.
The 6-foot-6 swingman from Princeton Day (N.J.) trimmed his list to eight schools: Louisville, Connecticut, Cincinnati, Xavier, Harvard, Wake Forest, Miami (Fl.) and Memphis.
“I really feel good about those eight schools,” Reed said. “I like their coaching staffs, they contend for NCAA tournaments and I can get a great education at the schools.”
Heading into the contact period, the No. 57-ranked player in CBSSports.com’s Top 100 thought it was the perfect time to cut down his suitors.
“I feel like I was ready,” Reed said. “The schools that I was interested in, I can learn as much as I can about them. And the ones that I wasn’t interested in that were still recruiting me, I can give them a chance to find someone else.”
Reed has no visits planned for the next couple of months; he and Team Final will be on the AAU circuit during July. However, he will take his official visits before making a decision. So far, he has taken trips to Harvard and Wake Forest.
“I’m trying to find out as much as possible,” Reed said. “I’ll decide sometime in the fall.”
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