Tac Minor, an ultra quick 5-9, 175 pound scoring point guard from Booker T. Washington H.S. in Houston, Tex., told us he remains wide open in his recruiting process. But he mentioned two schools as being high on his list.
"Cincinnati and LSU are the schools that are recruiting me very hard," Minor said. "Right now I am open. I don't have a leader and I might wait until next Spring before deciding."
This doesn't mean Minor is dead set against making a decision in the Fall. "It could happen," Minor said. "If I feel totally comfortable with a school."
Minor enjoyed a productive weekend at the 8th Annual Kingwood Classic and also followed it up with a great tournament in Indiana on Memorial Day Weekend. "We finished in second place," Minor said. "I averaged about 31 points and our team played good."
Minor erupted for 34 points in the championship game at the Kingwood Classic as the Houston Hoops defeated Ft. Sooy No Limit, 83-69.
An explosively quick driver who finishes seemingly at will on his forays to the basket, Minor looks primarily to score on his drives, but he's not averse to slashing and dishing to open teammates.
Despite not being a great athlete, Minor has a tricky handle and shifty gear that enable him to consistently elude defenders on his way to the basket. On the down side, his on the ball defense can be better and he often wears his emotions on his sleeve, sometimes resulting in technical fouls of the taunting variety.
Minor told the Insiders Report/Rivalshoops.com other schools under consideration include UNLV, Florida State, Kentucky, Florida, Duke, Texas, UConn, and Arizona. Minor also said one school has come on strong lately. "I have heard from Oklahoma and they seem interested," Minor said. "I know they need some help at my position so I am going to consider them with my other top schools."
Minor averaged 30 points, six rebounds, seven assists and three steals per game as a junior at BTW.
Minor plans on attending the Nike All-American Camp in July, and will tour both the spring and summer circuits with Hal Pastner's Houston Hoops program.