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Friday / February 26.
  • Class of 2021 five-star guard Jalen Warley sets announcement date

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    Class of 2021 five-star combo guard Jalen Warley is set to announce his college decision on Sunday, August 9, he tweeted Friday.

    Warley, the 6-foot-4, 175-pound combo guard from Westtown (PA) and Team Durant AAU, is down to 10 schools: Memphis, Michigan, Florida State, Ohio State, Oregon, Louisville, Miami, LSU, Virginia and Maryland.

    He broke down his Top 10 for ZAGSBLOG last month:

    Memphis: “Penny [Hardaway] develops big guards really well and is able to show me the ropes because he played at the highest level.”

    Michigan: “I have a really good relationship with the staff and they have great people in their program.”

    Florida State: “FSU has a great staff and system for big guards.”

    Ohio State: “OSU has done great at developing big guards and also being national contenders on a yearly basis.”

    Oregon: “Oregon plays a fun style that really fits my game and the Pac-12 is a good conference for my style of play.”

    Louisville: “Louisville is a great system and is in need of guards to play right away.”

    Miami: “Miami has a great coaching staff that I have a great relationship with.”

    LSU: “LSU has a great style of play and is one of the best teams in the SEC.”

    Virginia: “Virginia does a great job at developing big guards. They are great at developing and competing on a yearly basis.”

    Maryland: “Maryland and I have great relationship. They have done really well with developing Philly players.”

    According to, Warley is ranked as the No. 2 combo guard and No. 22 overall player in the Class of 2021.

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