Stokes struggling with decision

When a four-star prospect visits one of the two schools left on his list with a number of people from his family people will start talking.
Corey Stokes, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound shooting guard from St. Benedict's High School in Newark, N.J., made a trip to Villanova over the weekend. That has the Big East buzzing.
The strong-bodied sharp-shooter is down to Jay Wright's program and Connecticut and knows his decision won't be an easy one. That is one of the reasons why he made the visit to Philly.
"It went really well," Stokes said. "I wanted to go back because it's just been so hard to pick between the two schools. I liked it there but I haven't decided on anything. Nothing yet."
A visit with the family to Connecticut could be on the horizon. After that, Stokes said decision day is drawing nearer.
"It's getting closer," he said. "I'm still not so sure."
Expect both schools to be on the sidelines this weekend as Stokes plays in the Kingwood Classic with the Metro Hawks, a team filled with good looking Division I prospects. After a disappointing early exit from the Boo Williams Invitational, Stokes said he wants to give 'Nova and UConn something to talk about.