With the late signing period approaching, Jarvis Hill is doing everything possible to make the best decision in regards to his future plans. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound combo guard from Bridgton (ME) Academy has not yet taken any official visits, but he hopes to take advantage of some visits in the immediate future.
"Jarvis is kind of bobbing and weaving right now," said Bridgton head coach Whit Lesure. "There are certainly quite a few schools interested in him, but we are waiting to see what some of those schools do and what direction they might decide to head. Tennessee, Mississippi and Mississippi State are certainly some of the schools expressing an interest in Jarvis.
"Tennessee and Mississippi State are kind of going back and forth with the interest, but they are showing quite a bit of interest right now," he added. "Southern Miss is coming in today, so that is something he has to consider. Schools from Conference USA and the Atlantic 10 are showing the most interest."
Hill, the three-star prospect, hopes to schedule some official visits in the immediate future. However, before that takes place, he would like to get a better feel for what schools are seriously interested in him.
"Cripes yes, Jarvis is certainly going to take some visits," said Lesure. "He just needs to see what schools are really interested and what schools are going to go in a different direction. I do believe that Jarvis has the ability to play at the high major level.
"He was a starter for us all year long," he added. "He averaged over 20-points per game and played in a championship prep league that is dominated by high major players. Jarvis certainly has the ability and skill to play at that level."