Tyler Bey has made a big jump as a prospect which has led to several recent scholarship offers. Who is recruiting the 2017 small forward the hardest?
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Offers have come in quickly for Bey, who listed Utah, Washington State, Colorado, San Diego State, Wyoming, Nevada, Fresno State, Tulsa, New Mexico and New Mexico State as programs which have recently offered.
Four schools are recruiting Bey the hardest at this point.
“San Diego State, Washington State, Nevada and Tulsa,” Bey listed, before briefly breaking down what he likes about each of them.
San Diego State: “I have a good relationship with the coaches; they’ve taught me a lot of things.”
Washington State: “Washington State has just always been a good school to me.”
Nevada: “They’ve been recruiting me since day one.”
Tulsa: “I like their playing style, how they get up and down the floor.
As of now, Bey is in no rush to make a decision.
“I want to keep working to see what I can get,” Bey said. “I’ll probably decide at the end of the summer.”
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