2009 four-star prospect Dalton Pepper is on quite a roll for Fairless Hills (Pa.) Pennsbury High School (19-1). In his last two performances he has set career scoring highs, and the 6-foot-5, 215-pound wing told Rivals.com he is down to four schools.
At the Big Apple Invitational, Pepper went off for 40 points. Then in his next game, he set a new scoring high with a 41 point effort. Over this two game period, Pepper has hit 12 three-pointers.
Down to Villanova, West Virginia, Miami and Seton Hall, Pepper has been under the watchful eye of each coaching staff this season and received a visit at school from Villanova head coach Jay Wright on Tuesday.
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In no rush to make a decision, Pepper would like to take official visits to each school in the fall after playing for the Jersey Shore Warriors this summer.
Pepper had these quick thoughts on his final four.
"I like how Villanova uses their guards," said Pepper. "With West Virginia I really like Coach Huggins. I don't know a lot about Miami, but this year they've been playing alright. And Seton Hall is close to home."
Pepper, who is the No. 82 ranked prospect in the class of 2009, is averaging 24 points and ten rebounds per game.