In Argentina, Stewart saw coaches from Texas, Georgetown, Duke, Syracuse, Michigan State, Washington and Villanova, among others. “Here so far, I’m starting to see the same faces,” he said. “Louisville popped up. Almost all 10 schools are making me a priority.” He visited Indiana, Notre Dame and Michigan State prior to the Argentina trip and recapped them here. In Argentina, Stewart also played alongside fellow big man Carey, who is considering Duke, Kentucky, Miami, North Carolina and Michigan State. “It was good [playing with him],” Stewart said. “We both can do so many things and he’s a very easy player to play with. There were some spurts where we were in the game together and dominated and found each other and did our thing.” Could they play together in college? “We both know we can play with each other but we haven’t really talked about that,” he said. Carey broke down several schools as well: Louisville: “They’ve been recruiting me since they were at Xavier so still talking to coach [Luke] Murray and coach [Chris] Mack and just building off of that. I could make an immediate impact and help the program and develop my game.” He added: “I knew Coach Mack since all the way back to Xavier and I’ve been talking to him for a couple of years.” Duke: “Coach K definitely been calling me and my family a lot more, and [assistant Jon] Scheyer as well, too. Coach K really thinks I’m a Duke kid, I have Duke traits. He really feels I can come in and be a leader. He also says he gets a feeling from certain groups, and he has that feeling with me and he feels I can do great things.
Jim Boeheim giving me the wave as he watches @Dreamville_33 and Joe Girard.Jay Wright and Mike Hopkins also pictured. pic.twitter.com/yLXCrZ1acm — Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) July 12, 2018