Curtis Stinson, a 6-2 combo guard from The Winchendon School in Massachusetts, will wait on making a decision until the Spring, according to his head coach Mike Byrnes. "Curtis has done everything we have asked him to do here," Byrnes said. "So he is going to wait. He first has to take the test. He hasn't done so. Once he does that then he can think about taking official visits."
Byrnes was right about Stinson though. Curtis has done everything he can possibly do on the basketball court. Curtis has improved and worked very hard on his jumper. He had an outstanding summer.
Brynes told us that Northeastern, Drexel and Iowa State have offered Curtis a scholarship. "He is also hearing from East Carolina, South Florida, Rhode Island, and George Washington," Byrnes said. "He's open. But he is going to take his time."
Stinson, a rock-solid 6-2, 205-pounds, was named MVP of the Las Vegas Big Time Tournament during The New York Ravens' title run. Stinson also boosted his stock considerably with solid performances at the ABCD camp.