Four-star Watson down to three

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The class of 2015 not a great one around the country for point guards, so for that reason, Westchester (Ill.) St. Joseph's point guard Glynn Watson had a number of schools making him a priority. With his final year playing for the Illinois Wolves on Under Armour circuit behind him, he's starting to trim down his list and focus on three schools.
"I'm still getting recruited hard by Nebraska, Creighton and Tennessee," Watson said. "I've got visits set up with Nebraska and Creighton. I'm going to Nebraska this Friday, and the next week I go to Creighton. I'm pretty much down to those three schools. I'm still talking it over with my mom about whether I'll take the Tennessee visit. Most likely I'll have my decision after I visit the first two schools."
Nebraska gets the first chance to make a lasting impression on the four-star point guard this weekend.
"It's a great school. At first, I thought it was a boring school, but there is actually a lot to do there. Only thing I still need to do is meet all the players. I like the coaching staff and all the things they have to help me improve there."
Like Nebraska, Creighton has already had Watson on campus for an unofficial visit. He feels very comfortable with the players and coaches there.
"I like the coaching staff. I met their players and I like them a lot. I like the people down there. They showed me a lot of love. It's a really good school. I've watched them on TV and the atmosphere looks crazy."
Tennessee has made a late charge for Watson as they just started recruiting him toward the end of July.
"Tennessee started recruiting me after AAU season. I watched them on TV during the NCAA tournament. I know that's a good school too. I know they are young now because they lost some players and they got a new coach. It's tough to say much more about them until I visit there because they came in so late."
Watson doesn't intend to make the schools recruiting him wait much longer to find out where he'll play college basketball.
"I'm not sure when I'll decide. If I go on a visit and like a school, I might do it then. I know I'm going to make it soon. I'm just looking at the coaching staff, the style of play, and the people at the school and if they are people I would like to be around because they are the people I would be around for the next four years."
Dan McDonald is a contributing national basketball recruiting analyst for You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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