MM: What is your school list right now
GM: LSU, Duke, Georgetown, Texas, Kentucky, USC, Louisville....it's still a pretty long list right now (as if to say there are more he didn't mention by name)
MM: How long before you start trimming the list?
GM: Probably by the end of this summer I'll start trimming the list.
MM: There are some people saying that Duke may be a slight lean right now, is there any truth to that?
GM: No, there is no leader right now, I am still wide open MM: I didn't say "lead", I said "lean"....
GM: "lead", "lean"....anything that puts somebodyh in front of anther is not true at all.
MM: What part of your game are you working on in practice (paraphrased long awkward way I actually asked him...)
GM: Shooting is the main thing I'm working on. Midrange, three point...I'm working on every part of my game, but shooting....that's the main thing
Jeff Drummod: Have any new schools come into the picture lately, Greg?
GM: Really Georgetown is probably the newest....and Florida...they have really started to come on lately.
MM: When you look at a college to choose, what is the most important thing to you?
GM: Just a place where I fit in....A good coaching staff and playing style. Just a good atmosphere.
MM: If you were to pick the perfect style of play for you, what would it be.
GM: I think I could adapt to any stule really...
MM: But what do you prefer?
GM: Probably a 4 out/1 in style. Where the 4 man can play outside a little bit...outside in and inside out...
Jeff Drummond: Who is putting on the biggest push to recruit you?
GM: (smiles) They are all recruiting me pretty hard
Jeff Drummond: (paraphrased) You said you will be pairing down your list by the end of the summer...do you hope that you will then have a bit more clarity on your recruiting?
GM: Yeah, by the end of the summer I'll definitely have better answers to all these questions about my recruiting.
I really got the impression from Greg that he really is wide open and doesn't have a strong leader at all. He is a smart guy and seems to want to take his time to see what is the best fit for him. With his skills, I doubt that any of his schools would run out of rides for him, so he's kinda in the driver's seat.
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