2022 small forward Jordan Walsh has already made an early impression on college coaches.
Baylor, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Mississippi State, TCU, Oklahoma State and LSU are all currently recruiting him, despite not being able to speak with him yet.
His list is filled with high major programs and he is excited to see what the future holds.
“It makes me feel like I really have a future playing basketball,” he said.
Coaches from Texas Tech and Oklahoma State have reached out and talked to his coaches a lot about his game, and they liked, “my tenacity on the defensive side.”
At the Nike Elite 100 this year, we profiled Walsh as a prospect to watch. His length and motor were the two things that stuck out immediately, but his offensive game is certainly coming along.
Around the rim he can finish strong and rebound with the best of them in his class.
I expect a lot more schools will get involved as his game progresses. Hopefully his dream school reaches out to offer soon, although he did admit that right now, he didn’t know if it was the right fit.
“Kansas is my dream school,” he said. “But I don’t know if it’s a good fit for me right now.”