One of the nation's top uncommitted shooting guards, Olu Famutimi from Flint Northwestern (MI) High School has narrowed his list of schools down to his three favorites.
"Right now the only schools under consideration are Memphis, Arkansas and Missouri," he said. "I have already visited Memphis and Arkansas and this weekend I am going to Missouri after that I hope to make my decision known in the next two weeks."
Famutimi, who is rated the 4th best shooting guard and 17th overall prospect in the country by RivalsHoops.com, enjoyed his official visit to Memphis.
"I liked Memphis a lot. The town is really nice and the overall atmosphere in the school and city was good," Famutimi said. "I got a chance to sit down and talk to the players and coaches and they were cool and easy to get along with."
Arkansas also received an official visit from Famutimi, 6-foot-5, 200-pounds, and he came away equally impressed with the Razorbacks.
"My parents went with me to Arkansas and we all really had a good time. I really liked that visit, it was a good experience," he said. "Like Memphis the atmosphere was really nice and the city was great. I just really felt comfortable while I was down there."
Famutimi, who is originally from Toronto, Ontario, indicated that right now he does not have a favorite and he would sit down and weight his options after his Missouri visit.
"Right now all three are pretty much even but after Missouri I should know more and then I'll sit down with the people close to me and figure out which school is best for me," Famutimi said. "It's going to be a pretty hard decision because I like all three of the head coaches and the coaching staffs."
Last year Famutimi averaged 23 points, 13 rebounds, three assists, two steals and four blocks per contest.