Wade Baldwin has cut his list to five schools.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound shooting guard from St. Joe’s-Metuchen (N.J.) told SNY.tv he had trimmed his list.
“After three years of playing at the high school level and competing nationally in AAU in front of numerous amount of colleges, I’ve decided to cut my list down to five high-major schools,” Baldwin told SNY.tv. “They are Virginia Tech, Pitt, Vanderbit, Minnesota, and Rutgers. I plan on taking official visits to all schools in the near future.”
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