Coming off a strong performance at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp, Darquavis Tucker worked in a visit to Louisville before he participates in the Reebok ABCD Camp. Tucker, himself, mentioned that a commitment could quickly follow, but now it looks like Louisville and the other schools on his list might have to wait.
At the NBA Players Camp, Tucker indicated to Rivals.com that he was down to Louisville and Miami. Although Louisville is his leader and he plans to visit Miami, some other schools are still on his list.
"Louisville is my leader," said Tucker, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound shooting guard from Arthur Hill High School in Saginaw, Mich. "But I also like Miami, Arizona, Marquette, Wake Forest and Illinois.
"I'll probably take an unofficial visit to Miami by the end of the month, and I'd like to take some official visits, also."
Leaning more towards a decision in September, Tucker will only tantalize coaches with his improved game during the July evaluation period if he does indeed stay uncommitted.
Tucker, the No. 36 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, has continued to improve his outside shooting while he has transformed his game into more of a perimeter game than post game. Even more impressive than his shooting at the NBA Players Camp was the way he passed the ball in the open court and picked up a number of buckets off his instincts and hustle.
As he becomes a true shooting guard, Tucker's rebounding becomes even more dominant, and he is a strong finisher with either hand around the basket and in the mid-range.
Although Louisville did not secure a commitment from Tucker on his visit, he still spoke very highly of his experience.
"I like Louisville because they've been coming after me the hardest," he said. "They treat their players well, and the coaches are really good people. I had a good visit, and I really liked the campus and everything else."