“It’s obviously getting close to a time where we’re going to have to really think about it,” Greg said. “We haven’t focused on it yet because we had FIBA Americas and now we got this, so that’s kind of what our focus is.” He added: “We just don’t know yet….That stuff’s not where we are right now.” Oak Hill, Montverde and Findlay traditionally compete for the Geico High School National Championship in his hometown of New York, something that’s important to Anthony. “I want to be in a position to definitely win a national championship,” Cole said. “That’s my high school goal. I want to win a national championship.” The younger Anthony says he won’t begin to really focus on his impending high school decision — or his college recruitment until later this summer. “I can probably say when the summer cools down, probably around August,” he said of making a decision on high school.
Cole Anthony says he has ‘no idea’ where he will play HS ball next year and says it will be hard to leave his family in NYC. Wants to win a national championship in HS. @FloHoops https://t.co/vm6O0joAyz— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) July 13, 2018