Class of 2016 Huntington Prep (W.V.) forward Miles Bridges has set dates for official visits to three of his five finalists, according to a report from MLive.com.
Bridges will visit Indiana on Aug. 28-30, Michigan State on September 12 and Kentucky on October 16. Trips to Michigan and North Carolina are still in the works, according to the report.
Class of 2016 Huntington Prep guard Curtis Jones is also expected in Bloomington the same weekend.
Last week at the Nike Global Challenge in Chicago, the No. 18 player in the 247Composite broke down each of his finalists in an interview with Inside the Hall:
Michigan – “It’s just a great program. I think I fit in well with them because they run and coach (John) Beilein lets them play. And the most important thing is development because they’re taking unranked players and making them into pros.”
Michigan State – “They’ve been recruiting me forever and I’m real comfortable with the staff. (Tom) Izzo, (Dwayne) Stephens, I talk to them all of the time. My mom, she’s real comfortable with them, too.”
Kentucky – “They just put people in the league. Me and coach (John) Calipari, we’ve gotten close.”
North Carolina – “They’re new. They offered me two days ago and I’ve been talking to coach Roy (Williams). I like their offense.”
Indiana – “Their (player) development is good, I like their coaching staff and it’s just a great basketball school.”
As a junior at Huntington Prep, Bridges averaged 15.7 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.8 blocks and 2.3 steals per game.
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