According to a report, Class of 2015 point guard Bryant Crawford has narrowed his list of choices down to seven schools and the Marquette Golden Eagles are still in the mix.
According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Crawford has narrowed his choices to Marquette, Georgetown, Indiana, Memphis, SMU, Tennessee and Wake Forest.
A rising senior at Gonzaga College High School in Washington, the Kensington, Md., native is ranked as the second-best prospect in Maryland and the 13th-best point guard in the 2015 recruiting class.
Crawford averaged 10.2 points per game as a junior for the Eagles, who were 12-17 last season while battling a number of injuries. Crawford missed 10 games with a broken finger.
ESPN.com says of Crawford:
Consummate natural point guard. Crawford has excellent size for the position. Strikes a fine balance between passing and scoring. Sees the floor well, plays at different speeds and distributes the ball accordingly. He’s a threat with his jump shot which he gets off accurately behind the 3-point arc. Willing and able defender. Rebounds well for his position and can play off the ball as needed. He also is an excellent finisher in transition. He is a quick first step slasher and has added a nice floater going left.
Crawford played for USA Basketball’s under-17 developmental national team.