Four-star prospect Eric Bledsoe has sorted through a number of options heading into the spring signing period. At the moment the 6-foot, 160-pound point guard out of Birmingham (Ala.) Parker High School is down to four schools.
According to Bledsoe, Alabama, Cincinnati, Florida and Kentucky comprise his school list.
Alabama's newly hired head coach Anthony Grant has the Crimson Tide in the running for the in-state prospect. He and Cincinnati head coach Mick Cronnin recently visited with Bledsoe's high school coach Maurice Ford. Billy Donovan and John Calipari have been in contact recently with the Bledsoe camp via phone.
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Bledsoe, who averaged 22 points, eight rebounds and six assists per game for Parker High who finished 5A state runner-up, will play in the adidias Derby Classic this weekend in Louisville.
Bledsoe told Rivals.com that he does not have any visits scheduled at this time, but he is hoping to have a decision by the end of this month.
Still in a quest to qualify academically, Bledsoe retook the ACT this past Saturday.