Myles Turner, the top uncommitted player in the Class of 2014, will likely remain undecided for a little while longer.
Tuner is a 7’0″ center from Bedford, Texas and is rated by ESPN as a five-star recruit. He is also ranked by ESPN as the No. 2 center and as the No. 2 overall player in the Class of 2014. Turner will be participating in tonight’s McDonald’s All-American Game. He is the only one of the 24 McDonald’s All-Americans that is still undecided on college.
Turner has his list of remaining college options down to nine schools. This includes Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas, and Texas A&M. He has already taken official visits to Duke, Kansas, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, and Texas. While he has taken unofficial visits to SMU and Texas A&M. He may also try to visit Arizona and/or Kentucky if time permits.
Turner has a busy month ahead of him as he is participating in the McDonald’s All-American Game tonight, the Nike Hoop Summit on April 12, and the Jordan Brand Classic on April 18. He told reporters in Chicago that he is aiming to make a decision by mid-to late-April, after competing in those events.