LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- Aside from being twins, Lodrick and Rodrick Stewart share the desire to attend the same college.
The strong and athletic guards from Rainier Beach H.S. in Seattle, Wash., informed the Insiders Report/Rivalshoops.com that they will choose between Southern California and Washington sometime in the next three weeks.
Rodrick, a 6-4, 205 pound off guard, and Lodrick, a 6-4 1/2, 210 pound swingman, are planning to announce their decision on the local Fox affiliate in Seattle.
"We decided to narrow it down to USC and U-Dub because they are showing the most interest in us -- especially USC, and U-Dub is right behind them," Rodrick said. "I think that we have to show interest in the schools who are showing an interest in us."
The Stewart twins will attend one more tournament following the Big Time -- the Best of the Summer in Los Angeles -- with the Gary Payton Select All-Stars.
Rodrick, who has probably surpassed Lodrick in the past year in terms of overall basketball acumen, averaged 26 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists per game as a junior at Rainier Beach.
Lodrick averaged 25 points, nine rebounds and five blocks per game this past season for the Vikings.
Both players said that have in the neighborhood of a 3.0 GPA and have achieved qualifying test scores.
When their decision comes down the pike in the next few weeks, Rivalshoops will let you know of the outcome. Stay tuned!