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Sunday / September 26.
  • Four-Star forward Zach Keller recaps Wake Forest visit

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    By JACOB POLACHECK

    Zach Keller, the No. 78 overall prospect in the class of 2022, took his second official visit to Wake Forest over the weekend (July 30-Aug. 1).

    “It was good,” Keller told ZAGSBLOG Monday. “I got to see the campus, meet the coaching staff and spend time with the players. I would say that I was able to get along with the coaching staff and players really well compared to other schools.”

    The 6-foot-9, 220-pound power forward from ThunderRidge (CO) and the Utah Prospects AAU Program, has added offers from Arizona State, California, Colorado, Illinois, Texas Tech, Utah, TCU and Wake Forest this summer.

    He took his first official visit to TCU in early June, breaking down the visit for ZAGSBLOG shortly thereafter.

    “It’s a beautiful campus, in my opinion, and just going to see the facilities, locker room and even some of the educational buildings like business and computer science, it kind of blew me away,” he said. “I had never done a tour of a college. I had been to them for games.”

    Keller is still looking to make his college decision during the early signing period in November.

    “I still get my five visits for my senior year,” Keller said. “These two were a part of my junior year. I don’t have other visits planned yet. I’m just relaxing from the summer right now.”

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