Quincy Douby, a 6-3, 169 pound shooting/combo guard from Grady H.S. in Brooklyn, N.Y., has knocked his list down to five schools this summer.
Of the five programs left on his list, Douby said he has been offered scholarships by four of them -- Seton Hall, Villanova, George Mason and Hofstra. The only school on the list that has not offered, Douby said, is Siena.
Douby has already unofficially visited Seton Hall, Villanova and Hofstra. His next unofficial trip is slated for Tuesday August 21, when he heads down to George Mason University in Virginia to tour their campus.
"I am not going to pick a school quickly," Douby said. "I am going to wait and speak with Coach [Jack] Ringel and see what is good for me."
Douby said that he envisions having a decision by the middle of September at the latest and may not even go through the official visit process.
"The unofficial visits are good enough for me," he said. "Most likely, I will pick from there."
Douby kicked off the summer at the adidas ABCD Camp in early July, then played with the Brooklyn Beasts later in the month at the adidas Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas.
He has spent the past few weeks in summer school boosting his core and overall GPA.
A perimeter marksman, Douby has an overall smooth floor game. He can shoot off the bounce, has a quick shot release and can bring the ball up on offense (though he is not really a pure point). His one glaring weakness at this stage is his general lack of physical strength, and he often has trouble finishing contested shots around the basket.
Douby's next (and final) major summer event will be the Five-Star Honesdale II Camp in Honesdale, Penn., next week.
He scored 25 points last night to help the Brooklyn Beasts defeat Connecticut Select in the Golden Hoops Tournament.
The Insiders Report/Rivalshoops.com will keep you posted on Douby's recruitment in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.