By RYAN McMULLEN Jalen Wilson, the 6-foot-8 wing guard from Guyer (TX), is announcing his decision on Wednesday at 3 P.M.
Wilson will choose between Kansas, Michigan, and North Carolina.
Wilson was initially signed to Michigan but after John Beilein took the job as the Cleveland Cavaliers head coach, he decommitted. Michigan has continued to pursue him under new coach Juwan Howard.
Wilson recently broke down his final schools with ZAGSBLOG.
Kansas: “Love the culture at school and the love the city gives. The basketball program is one of kind with a great coaching staff.”
Michigan: “A great program built with hard work and has very high expectations. [They have] an alumni head coach who has a lot of experience with college and professional basketball at the highest level.”
UNC: “Great winning program with a coaching staff that has been together a long time and develops players well.”
Since his decommitment, Wilson has taken officials visits to Kansas (May 30) and North Carolina (June 4).
According to 247Sports, he is a four-star prospect, ranked No. 44 nationally, and is the No. 13 small forward.
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