One of the most impressive players of the spring and summer AAU season was Keala King, a smooth 6-foot-5 swingman for California Supreme.
Not highly rated coming into the spring, it seems that King made an impression at nearly every event he attended, and is now considered one of the top-25 recruits in the country.
Although he didn’t take visits in August, choosing instead to work on his game, King has trimmed his school list.
“I narrowed it down to Arizona State, Arizona, Stanford, Cal and Harvard,” King said on Friday. “There are other schools I’m looking at, but those are the ones I like the most.”
King, who is transferring from Dominguez (Ca.) to Mater Dei (Ca.) this year and holds better than a 3.6 GPA, seems to have a leader – Arizona State.
“Yeah, I’m looking into them hard,” he said. “I like them a lot, but I’m kind of looking at other schools too. I want to make sure I make the right decision.”
He said he is going to take an unofficial to Arizona and Oregon, and also check out California.
King is undecided about when he wants to pick a school.
“I want to take my time, but I also want to make a decision before senior year,” he said.