Dwayne Polee committed to USC before he even played a high school game. However, with the recent turmoil within the Trojans' program, the 6-7 forward is undecided about his future.
Over the weekend, USC announced the hiring of former NBA head coach Kevin O'Neill to replace Tim Floyd, who resigned in the wake of NCAA allegations and potential investigation.
Polee, a 2010 prospect from Westchester High School in Los Angeles and the son of former NBA player Dwayne Polee Sr., said he will not make a decision before meeting with O'Neill.
"Well my mom is going to set up a meeting with him and we're going to go off that," Polee said in a text message Sunday night, "but right now my options are still pretty open."
Polee said he does not know when the meeting will occur, but he did reveal what it would take to keep him committed to the Trojans.
"Basically him wanting to run and gun and what position he'll have me at," said Polee, who wants to play the small forward position in college.
Although Polee has not decommitted from USC, he said he is looking at Arizona, Oklahoma State and UNLV.
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