Aaron Brooks, a jet quick 5-11, 160 pound point guard from Franklin H.S. in Seattle, Wash., could make a decision within the next week or so.
Brooks told Rivalshoops.com that UCLA, Oregon and Washington remain atop his list, and that his college choice will come out of that group.
Brooks has scuttled plans to officially visit Oregon this upcoming weekend (Sept. 20-22), primarily because he had a chance to unofficially visit Eugene on August 31 for the Ducks' home football opener against Mississippi State.
Instead, he will trip to South Jersey to play in Rick Barrett's Midnight Madness All-Star game. Brooks will have his final in-home tonight, Sept. 16, with the UCLA staff.
"I might make my decision before I leave for New Jersey or right when I get back," Brooks said. "Right now, Oregon and UCLA are leading, and that's all I can tell you."
Brooks hosted Oregon's staff in his home on Friday the 13th, Washington on the 15th, and Minnesota on the 11th. However, Brooks said that the Golden Gophers are not a serious consideration at this time.
So with his last in-home out of the way later tonight, coupled with the fact that Brooks has seen the campuses of his top three choices, it's easy to see why Aaron is edging toward a conclusion to his recruitment.
Rivalshoops.com will keep you posted on Brooks, so stay tuned.