T.J. Warren is ready to making his college decision.
Warren said on Wednesday that he would be making his announcement next Wednesday. Per a text to CBSSports.com, he will choose between Georgetown and North Carolina State.
Warren also took an official visit to North Carolina, but the Tar Heels are out of scholarships and picked up forward Brice Johnson earlier Wednesday. Kentucky was in the mix at one point, but the Wildcats backed off and Warren trimmed them from his list.
Warren, a 6-foot-7 forward from Brewster Academy (N.H.), is ranked No. 32 in CBSSports.com’s Top 100. He is a big-time scorer who can get points at all three levels off the floor – around the rim, in the mid-range and from behind the arc. Warren saw his stock rise in the spring and summer due to his ability to create matchup problems with opponents.
News and Notes: Stefan Jankovic will announce his decision on Friday . . . Anthlon Bell will decide Thursday between Massachusetts and Arkansas . . . Virginia Tech picked up a commitment on Tuesday from Marshall Wood . . . New Hampton (N.H.) product Olivier Hanlon popped for Boston College . . . Venezuela native Anthony Joseph Perez Cortesia is headed to Ole Miss . . . Cole Huff is off to Nevada . . . Northside Christian (N.C.) prospects L.C. Cooks and Dionta Adams are both going to Hampton . . . Hawaii received a commitment from Caleb Dressler . . . Jordan Montgomery committed to Kennesaw State . . . Tilton (N.H.) guard Kevin Crezcenzi gave a pledge to Darmouth . . . Philly native Malik Garner is off to Maryland-Baltimore County, while Maryland Eastern-Shore picked up a commitment from Jarrod Davis . . . Saint Mary’s got a nice recruit in forward Chris Reyes . . . St. Francis (Pa.) nabbed shooter Ben Millaud . . . Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) product John Burke committed to UMKC.
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