Ivan Rabb is one of the nation’s most coveted high school basketball players in the Class of 2015, and while he’s still a year away from putting his name to paper and signing on to play college basketball, he made his decision process a wee bit clearer on Saturday night.
The five-star power forward out of Oakland tweeted out his top 12 schools, while asserting that there were no favorites.
According to Rabb, his top 12 reads as such: Arizona, California, UCLA, Duke, Georgetown, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State, Ohio State and USC.
Perhaps surprisingly among a smattering of blue blood powerhouses, Andy Enfield’s 1-8 in Pac-12 play Trojans made the cut. Enfield’s put a significant amount of stress on in-state recruiting since getting to USC last April, and has made strides despite losing out on 2014 small forward Stanley Johnson to Arizona back in November.
Currently, the Trojans are without a commitment in the 2015 class, with nine months until the early signing period.
Of his Rabb’s top 12, all but Kentucky and UCLA have offered him, but as the No. 3 ranked recruit in the nation according to Rivals, it seems as the it’s only a matter of time until John Calipari and Steve Alford make due.