By RYAN McMULLEN Caleb Love, the 6-foot-1 guard from Christian Brothers College (MO) and the Brad Beal Elite AAU, has cut his list to six schools and set five official visits. He is down to Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, Missouri, and North Carolina. Love has taken visits to Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, and Missouri and has now set five officials.
He broke down all six schools for Rivals.com: Arizona: “They want for me to come in and play with another guard. Dalen Terry just committed there so it could be him, or Adam Miller, he has them in his top ten, so I could play with one of them. With them, they want for me to play on and off of the ball and to show off my versatility and lead the team to a national championship.” Indiana: “They want for me to come in and turn that program around. They have been in a drought lately so they want for me to come in and lead their team to a championship and they said that they would put the ball in my hands. Only thing with them, they are going to try and get pieces around me and we will go from there.” Kansas: “They want for me to come in and they want to play me next to another guard since that is their system. I don’t know who it might be but they believe that Devon Dotson is going to go to the league after this year so they want for me to come in and play on and off of the ball thanks to my versatility since I can score the ball but also pass and make plays for others.” Louisville: “They have just said that they want to put the ball in my hands immediately and they don’t have a real point guard right now, I think that they have a grad-transfer (Lamarr Kimble), he is going to be a senior, so they want for me to come in and be that lead point guard and lead them to a national championship and they said they are going to help me get to be a one-and-done so that is what I am intrigued about.” Missouri: “It is close to home; it is two-hours away. They just want for me to come in and turn that program around and put on for my hometown basically. They are going to help me get to the league.” North Carolina: “Roy Williams and his assistant coaches have just told me that they want for me to come in for Cole (Anthony) since he will be a one-and-done and they want for me to come in and be that lead point guard for them and someone that can make plays for others and also myself. They said that it is also a place that can help me get to the league.” This year on the Nike EYBL Circuit, Love averaged 15.8 points, 5 assists, and 4.5 rebounds in 20 games played. According to 247Sports, Alexander is ranked No. 25 nationally and is the No. 4 point guard. Follow Ryan on Twitter Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And like ZAGS on Facebook
Official Visits: Mizzou🐯 – September 7-8— Caleb Love (@caleb2love) August 17, 2019
Indiana🔴⚪️ – September 12 – 15
North Carolina🐏 – September 20-22
Louisville🐔 – September 27 – 29
Kansas🔵🔴 – October 12 – 13