By SEAN BOCK Bryan Antoine, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard from the Ranney School (NJ), has a number of schools working hard for him. Kentucky, Duke, Villanova, Florida, Harvard and Rutgers are the schools working hardest, and several of them were in attendance at the City of Palms this week to watch him. Florida head coach Mike White, Kentucky’s Tony Barbee, Duke’s Nate James, Harvard’s Brian Eskildsen, Rutgers’ Brandin Knight and Villanova’s Ashley Howard were among the coaches on hand to watch Antoine and Lewis in their Dec. 19 loss to McEachern of Powder Springs, Georgia, 77-57 at the City of Palms Classic.Antoine then went for 30 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in Ranney’s 66-49 win over Orlando Christian Prep on Friday. have expressed interest in teaming up with each other at the next level. “Very serious conversation,” the 6-foot-5 Antoine said in July. “Honestly, it was like 11 o’clock at night, we were at a friend’s house. And it was me, Scottie and a friend, and we were in the room for a good two hours just talking about the options, like the benefits of going to the same school, what would happen if he and I went to the same school. It was a very in-depth serious conversation.”According to 247Sports, Antoine is the No. 7 player in the 2019 class and the No. 1 combo guard.