2009 four-star prospect Brendan Lane won over coaches and scouts and with his play for the EBO travel team last summer. As the high school season winds down and the travel team circuit is set to begin, the skilled power forward from Rocklin (Calif.) High School is thinking Pac-10.
"I'd like to play in the Pac-10," Lane, 6-foot-9, 200-pounds, told Rivals.com. "My high school team gets up and down the court and presses, and that's the type of college system I'd like to play in. I also want a chance to play on the wing and play inside."
Most of the Pac-10 would like to have Lane on their roster. Arizona, Arizona State, California and Stanford have offered, and Washington State and Oregon have begun to show strong interest here of late.
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"I haven't picked a favorite yet," he said. "After this season, I want to cut my list to five schools and then focus on them."
Lane, who has already unofficially visited Arizona State, California and Stanford, plans to use a few of his official visits for schools farther away like Washington State and Oregon.
Leading his team to a league championship and a 25-2 record, Lane is averaging 20 points, 11 rebounds and 4.5 blocks per game.
Lane is the No. 35 ranked prospect in the class of 2009.