He then broke down each visit he’s already had: Duke: “Their message is I can fit in their program really well. They’re going to use me the right way, so that’s a big main point.” North Carolina: “North Carolina is the same way. They would use me in pick-and-roll situations and try to be a mismatch nightmare.” Kansas: “They said they would use me as a guard, really. They said I should focus on getting better handles and getting stronger. They would use me as a guard because they think I can 2, 3, 4s.” Kentucky: “Kentucky,the way I could develop there is pretty special. They said they need guys that can shoot the ball and that’s why they’re recruiting me. They said I could fit well in their program, too.” Next up comes Indiana, UCLA and Memphis, which is making a big run at many top Class of 2019 targets, including Scottie Lewis, Bryan Antoine and Trendon Watford, among others. “I’ve seen highlights of [Hardaway] when he was in the NBA but I wasn’t too surprised about how he’s coming up because of his name and some of his assistants have the names [Mike Miller] that attract high-profile players,” Hurt said. “I think it’s working so far. I think they had one good commit so far. I would think they’ll get more.” Minnesota is “up there too,” Hurt said. “They’re having some coaching changes right now. Once they get set, I think they’ll come down and see me.” Hurt was also one of 21 players invited by the NCAA and USA Basketball to participate in the Next Generation Sunday program at the Final Four.
Upcoming home visits for 2019 @HurtMatthewFriday – Indiana Monday – UCLA Next week – Memphis Has already had Duke, UK, KU, UNC. — Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) April 12, 2018