After taking official visits to Wichita State, Tulsa and Creighton, Ben Uzoh has made a decision about his future. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound combo guard from Warren High School in San Antonio, Texas, gave a commitment to the Golden Hurricane's on Friday. The three-star prospect could not be happier with his decision.
"I committed to Tulsa on Friday," said Uzoh. "I am excited big time about my decision. The coaching staff at Tulsa was on me the whole year. The other schools that started to recruit me late were at a disadvantage. I feel that the schools that started recruiting me late should have been on me earlier.
"I feel that I have a chance to come in right away and play both guard positions," he added. "I think that I have a chance to be an immediate impact player at Tulsa. I am really looking forward to next year."
Uzoh selected Tulsa over Oklahoma, Virginia and Wichita State. During his senior year at Warren High School, the 6-foot-2, 170-pound combo guard averaged 22-points, 11 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game.
Aside from being extremely productive on both ends of the court, Uzoh played a big role in helping guide Warren High School to an overall record of 30-8.