Prime highschool boys basketball recruit Cooper Flagg canceled his official go to to Kansas that had been scheduled for this weekend, in accordance with the Messenger. With that textual content to move coach Invoice Self and assistant coach Norm Roberts, he’s anticipated to quickly decide on his collegiate future.
Each Montverde head coach Kevin Boyle and Cooper’s mom, Kelly Flagg, instructed the outlet that they suppose the choice quickly.
Flagg took an official go to to UConn the weekend of Feb. 22. Throughout the week of Oct. 20-22, he’ll take an official go to to Duke, his second go to after an unofficial one in August.
“Except he’s unbelievably confused, I’m fairly positive he’s going to decide in a short time after he visits Duke,” Kelly Flagg mentioned. “That manner, he can put it behind him and concentrate on what he must do to get higher.”
The early signing interval for the NCAA runs from Nov. 8 to fifteen.
From what Boyle mentioned to the Messenger, it appears like Duke and UConn are the one two colleges Flagg is contemplating.
“I might count on he’ll resolve after the Duke go to in a fairly quick interval,” Montverde head coach Kevin Boyle instructed The Messenger. “He’s seen each campuses and talked sufficient to each staffs that he can decide. He’s not in search of extra consideration. Let’s be sincere, he’s getting sufficient of it already.”
Flagg is a 6-foot-9, 200-pound ahead at Montverde Academy who reclassified from the category of 2025 to 2024 shortly earlier than the season. Even with the reclassification, he’s ranked because the No. 1 participant within the class of 2024 and is broadly thought to be one of the best participant in highschool basketball.