While at the Five Star camp last night (we thought the all star game was last night but it happens to be this morning), RivalsHoops.com spoke to talented forward Terrence Roberts, 6-9 from St. Anthony's High School in Jersey City, New Jersey. Roberts, a lefty who can explode to the basket or drop down a jumper, indicated he was ready to make some official visits soon.
Roberts told us he was down to six schools. "I really liked Pittsburgh but they didn't call me," Roberts said. "But I am down to Syracuse, Florida, Seton Hall, Virginia, Maryland, and Connecticut."
Roberts told us that Syracuse is still the leader in his recruiting process. "I will officially visit Syracuse in September (13th) and Florida is scheduled to come in for an in home visit I think on September 12th.
"I will also visit Florida too ... before I make a decision. I have seen Seton Hall and I have two friends there (Donald Copeland and Jamar Nutter)."
Roberts also said: "I have also seen Virginia. I haven't seen Maryland and Connecticut."
Roberts said Syracuse, Florida, Virginia and Seton Hall are recruiting him the hardest. "They are doing a good job in keeping in touch," Roberts said.
Roberts banged up his knee a little. He bruised his left knee, the knee he didn't have surgery on years ago. "I will probably make at least two and maybe three visits before I decide," Roberts said.