After scheduling an official visit for Hoosier Hysteria, it turns out Marcus Lee won’t make it to Bloomington for a look at IU’s campus.
Lee, the No. 27 player in the 2013 class according to ESPN.com, trimmed his list to three schools last night.
“Louisville CAL Kentucky,” Lee tweeted last night. The news was first reported by Jason McCleary.
Lee has already taken an unofficial visit to California, which is about 45 minutes from his home and an official visit to Louisville.
He was also considering Duke, Kansas and UCLA in his final seven schools.
Indiana already has four commitments for the class of 2013 — Stanford Robinson, Collin Hartman, Devin Davis and Luke Fischer.
The Hoosiers are still pursuing a trio of prospects in the class: BeeJay Anya, Kennedy Meeks and Troy Williams.
Anya will make an official visit for Hoosier Hysteria and Tom Crean and Kenny Johnson made an in-home visit with Williams on Monday at Oak Hill Academy. Williams’ uncle and AAU coach, Boo Williams, told Inside the Hall on Monday that his nephew is strongly considering IU.
Indiana will also make an in-home visit with Meeks next week.
Filed to: Marcus Lee