Point guard is back on the market

The first national signing day for high school basketball prospects is only a few weeks away.
Friday morning, Travis Jorgenson decided that he's not ready to sign a letter of intent.
After committing to Missouri over a year ago, the 6-foot point guard, who is from Columbia but finishing his high school career at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep, decided to open things up.
Jorgenson's summer coach L.J. Goolsby of KC Run GMC was informed by Joregenson's father of the move on Friday morning.
"I just think that he wanted to open it back up because he wasn't comfortable signing right away," Goolsby told "It's nothing against Missouri, he loves Missouri, he grew up there.
"He committed so early that he wanted to go through the process and be sure that he made the right decision."
Ranked the No. 137 in the 2013 Rivals150, Jorgenson will likely see plenty of interest.
He's a ball-control point guard who is more of the traditional "pure" point guard in that he sets teammates up first before looking to score.
The three-star prospect's plan is to go through the recruiting process and sign in the spring.
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