Drew Naymick, a well built 6-10, 230 pound power forward/center from North Muskegon H.S. in North Muskegon, Mich., is likely to make a Fall decision, according to Drew's dad. Mr. Naymick told us that his son has thought about making an early decision but "it's a slim possibility."
In previous interviews with Drew, he has stated that Michigan and Michigan State are among his top schools. But the Buckeyes of Ohio State are also very strong and have a legitimate shot at Naymick.
In addition to the three Big 10 programs, Naymick is also considering Wake Forest, Notre Dame and Stanford in his top six. "Drew has already visited Michigan, Michigan State, and Ohio State," Drew's dad told us. "He wanted to take a visit to Stanford too but we couldn't work it out. It might be worked out in the Fall but right now he can's do it."
Marquette and Wisconsin are also in the mix but reside outside the top six at this point in time.
Naymick has stated before that he would like to take unofficial visits to both Wake Forest and Stanford this summer. A broad shouldered redhead, Naymick has particularly fine touch around and facing the basket, and has a solid low post game with his back to the tin. He moves adequately and seems to be pretty coordinated.
Naymick plans to attend the USA Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs next month as well as the Nike All-American Camp in July. He will then tour the summer circuit with the Grand Rapids Storm program, whose summer stops should include Jerry Mullen's Kansas City tournament and the adidas Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas.
This past season, Naymick averaged 22 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks per game. A terrific student, he holds a 3.63 GPA and has notched a 29 score on the ACT.