Legion searching for clarity

Gqzg2bxhvrn3wk1f08cx caught Michigan Hurricane shooting guard Alex Legion in action during the King James Classic in Akron, Ohio. Legion, 6-foot-4, 200-pounds, commented on the recent changes in his life.
Legion recently made the decision to transfer from Country Day High School in Detroit, Mich., to Oak Hill Academy and also open up his recruitment after previously committing to Michigan.
"I decided to open things up, but Michigan is still on my list," said Legion. "I'm also looking at Illinois, Kansas, UCLA, Villanova, Connecticut and Arizona.
"I feel like I rushed my decision to commit to Michigan. With my family being around and being one of the better players in Michigan, it seemed right to go ahead and commit there. I just got caught up a little in the hype. With me going to Oak Hill, I have a new beginning. It is a wide open market, and I want to re-look at things and make sure I make the right decision."
Legion is hoping to find some peace of mind at his new surrounding at secluded Oak Hill.
"I want to get away from the local media and clear my head and focus on basketball and school," he said.
Alex Legion scouting report:
Legion strongest asset is his mid-range pull up jumper. He is also a good three-point shooter off the catch and pretty good skills with the ball as a handler and passer. Doesn't attack the basket that often and tends to play too upright. Would like to see Legion play with more aggression and passion, especially defensively and on the boards.