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Of the top players left in the class of 2010, one of the more difficult recruitments to read is Cory Joseph.
Unlike dozens of prospects who committed to schools in August and September, Joseph steered clear of the commitment scene – and the Ontario native didn’t really show any inclinations of where he was leaning.
According to reports, Joseph took unofficial visits to Villanova, Minnesota, Connecticut and Marquette over the summer, and his family conducted in-home visits in Canada with the Golden Eagles, Huskies and Wildcats, in addition to Mississippi State, UNLV, Florida and Texas.
To make things even more complicated, a handful of other schools – including Kansas and Arizona – took a trip to Findlay Prep (Nev.) to meet with Joseph, and he also visited Texas two weekends ago.