Thanks for sharing. I have no reason to doubt that it'll happen but I'll just feel better when it is official.From what I was told kofis announcement was supposed to happen yesterday..
But with the madness going on in the states right now all the players minds are focused on current affairs..
I wouldnt be shocked if he waits for this madness to subside.. and I also wouldn't be shocked if his announcement comes today or tomorrow..
Either way kofi is back..
Count me among those counting out the G League or overseas.Wednesday's Leftovers: Michael Foster, Michigan St., UCLA, more
There has been some speculation regarding Michael Foster reclassifying into the 2020 class, but that never seemed to be too close to reality. Foster is young for his grade level, and even if he did reclassify he would have to spend at least two years in college before entering the NBA Draft due to age restrictions.
In the meantime, his recruitment has remained fluid. As with any top 10 prospect, Foster is hearing from the very best. Georgia has been perceived as the leader for several months, now which seems fairly accurate. The Bulldogs have already brought him to campus for an official visit, so they are definitely a heavy suitor, but also not the only team in play for Foster.
Instead, a number of programs have continued to pursue him, including Arkansas, Baylor, Florida State, Illinois, Kansas and Michigan. West Coast powers Arizona, UCLA and USC are also involved, but for now it doesn't appear that Foster is close to a commitment. However, do not count out Foster's option to turn pro, whether that means playing overseas in Europe or Australia or becoming a member of the new G League select team.