As an incoming junior, University of Detroit Jesuit (MI) point guard Jamarion Wilson has been able to communicate freely with college coaches since June 15th and he’s certainly one prospect that many have had their eye on.
Since then, he has been offered by the likes of Toledo, Eastern Michigan and Cleveland State. He already previously held offers from Detroit, Oakland, Mississippi Valley State and Central Michigan.
Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo, Michigan assistant coach Saddi Washington, Cincinnati assistant coach Sean Dwyer, Western Michigan head coach Clayton Bates, Tulsa assistant coach Jim Platt and plenty more reached out to Wilson since then with even more schools coming.
Overall, Michigan, Michigan State, Iowa State, Tulsa, Belmont, Loyola-Chicago, Miami (OH), Western Michigan and Coastal Carolina are also showing interest and it’s easy to see why.
“Coaches love my leadership and how I command the game,” he explained. “My defense, how I make the pass getting my teammates involved and my scoring–being able to finish at the rim, shoot the mid-range and the three.”
After a good conversation with coach Izzo at Michigan State, he scheduled an unofficial visit to see campus this Tuesday (June 29).
“I’m going up to Michigan State this coming Tuesday,” he confirmed. “I want to see the weight room, their facilities and different buildings around campus.”