This time next month, Kammeon Holsey could be a committed prospect. The 6-foot-7, 190-pound power forward from Hancock Central High School in Sparta, Georgia is eying a number of ACC schools and hopes to put an end to his recruitment in the near future.
Holsey visited Georgia Tech last weekend and hopes to get down to Tallahassee to get a better feel for the Florida State program. He said he hopes to visit the ACC school next week. A return visit to Clemson could also happen.
One of those three will land a commitment from the Rivals150 prospect. In fact, Holsey said he already has an idea on where he wants to go to school.
"Really, I have made my mind up anyways," Holsey said. "I'm definitely going to make my decision in July…I feel like I know where I want to go but I don't know if I want to put it out there like that. I probably won't announce my decision until July."
Without letting the cat out of the bag too much, Holsey said he hopes to find a perfect marriage of academics and athletics in his future college home.
"Academics are going to be important. I'm interested in going somewhere that I can get a good education and somewhere that I can win championships and be a good student athlete," Holsey said. "I want to go somewhere that I can get a good degree so when I'm done playing basketball, I can get a good job."
When he isn't visiting his finalists and mulling over the different options, Holsey has been staying busy on the hardwood. His summer schedule is slammed with different events and tournaments to participate in.
Holsey said he has been invited to the Amare Stoudemire camp and the LeBron James Skills Academy at the end of June and at the start of the July period. He and his Georgia Stars team will participate in the Peach Jam. The month will conclude in Orlando at the AAU Super Showcase and AAU Nationals.
"I think I've played pretty good. You know, you always feel like you can do more. I probably needed to do a better job rebounding and playing good defense but overall I felt like I did pretty good," Holsey said. "I'm trying to get better on my jump shot and just working on all of the other things in my game."
And trying to find a good time to announce his decision.