Myles Mack is preparing to narrow his list at any time but the Paterson (N.J.) St. Anthony point guard is pretty tight-lipped about which schools are going to make the first cut.
"Nothing much is really going on," Mack said. "I'm just ready to narrow down my list and get ready for high school.
"I'm not sure yet which ones will make it. Not at all, not right now. I'm going to talk to my parents and my AAU coach and go from there."
Mack, a 5-foot-10, 157-pound four-star prospect, is rated as the No. 16 point guard and No. 74 in the 2011 class by Rivals.com. Playing for one of the nation's best high school programs at St. Anthony and one of the top AAU teams, The Playaz, has made Mack a coveted recruit.
Boston College, DePaul, Fordham, Penn State, Providence, Rice, St. John's, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky have all offered Mack, who said he'd like to trim his list sometime this week.
Official visits are being planned - but nothing has been scheduled yet because he's still trying to work through his favorites - and Mack doesn't have a specific date on when he'd like to commit.
"I'm going to take visits and then see what each school has to offer and then narrow it even further from there," Mack said. "If there's something I really like I'll just do it but other than that I'm willing to wait."
Other programs could certainly be involved as well. Mack recently told Rivals.com that Marquette is in the picture and that he'd like to take an unofficial visit to UCLA at some point. The recent success the Bruins had with point guards Jrue Holliday and Darren Collison interest Mack in that Pac-10 team.