While Stanford is still at the top of his list and Texas A&M is strongly involved with him, Bryan Beasley now has two new schools entering the recruiting fray. Beasley, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound point guard from Pflugerville (Texas) High School caught the eye of one of these schools during a recent AAU tournament while playing for the Texas Ambassadors.
"Texas saw Bryan play at the Ice Breaker event and were very impressed," said Texas Ambassadors head coach Max Ivany. "I feel that they are getting ready to offer. Rick Barnes is coming in April 21st."
Despite Texas' proximity to Beasley, they will have some catching up to do with their late start in recruiting Beasley.
"Coach Johnson from Stanford came to school last Thursday," said Ivany. "Bryan was extremely impressed with Coach Johnson and how he carried himself. He was also very impressed with Bryan and the type of kid that he is.
"Stanford is still definitely the leader, and they want him to commit."
Coach Ivany also noted that Texas A&M is still in strong with Beasley and that North Carolina State has begun to call on Beasley.
Ranked the No. 85 player in the class of 2006, Beasley is also very strong in the classroom, carrying a 4.23 GPA and a score of 1110 on the SAT.