His most recent visit came to Memphis Oct. 14-16 and head coach Penny Hardaway and his staff also visited Cherenfant at his school last month. Memphis is also hosting four-star Our Saviour Lutheran (N.Y.) point guard Ty-Laur Johnson this weekend. Cherenfant previously visited St. John’s and UCF, among others. Cherenfant previously listed a number of factors involved in his decision. “I think the biggest things are obviously culture, a family environment, the coaching staff, teammates that are going to be there, how our goals align to have one big common goal, which is to win, and also help me be able to get to the next level after college,” he said. Ranked by 247Sports Composite as the No. 24 small forward and in the Class of 2023, Cherenfant centers his game around his versatility. “I’m a two-way guard, big wing, versatile and can guard multiple positions,” he said. “Offensively, I can do many things on the floor, put pressure on the rim, make shots and make plays for others. My game is centered around versatility.” Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter Follow ZAGSBLOGHoops on Instagram And Like ZAGS on Facebook
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By ADAM ZAGORIA Carl Cherenfant, the 6-foot-4, 190-pound shooting guard from Calvary Christian Academy (FL) and the Atlanta Xpress AAU program, will announce his college choice on Sunday evening. He is down to St. John’s, Memphis and UCF.