By Marcus Shockley
T.J. Warren has seen quite a few things happen during his recruitment, like some coaches no longer being at their schools and fellow players committing. Meanwhile, the 6’6″ small forward has a knack for scoring the ball and is known for a high basketball I.Q., and is one of the top unsigned prospects in North Carolina from the 2012 class, boasting a bevy of offers from top schools.
We caught up with T.J. this week to include him in our latest 7 Questions series, and to give him a chance to talk a bit about his current recruiting progress.
1. First question (it always is) is what does your recruitment look like? You have reported offers from a long list of schools, are you still wide open or do you have any specific schools of interest?
My recruitment is now wide open im just taking it slow right now. My school interest is Georgetown, UNC, Ohio State, Arizona State, Duke, Miami, NC State, Memphis, Virginia Tech. Its a long list.
2. What parts of your game are you hoping to work on over the summer and going into next year’s high school season?
Overall i just want to keep getting better. Working hard, getting faster, Defense, Just the whole game just working at it! This summer will be a real big summer for me! I’m coming for that spot!
3. What parts of your game do feel are the strongest?
Scoring at will and just making my other teammates better!
4. Do you have a player (at any level, college or pro) that you admire?
People Compare me to Kevin Durant a lot because my ability to score in a variety of ways. I also get Melo a lot. So anywhere [in] between there!
5. What visits have you taken or plan to take, or are you still evaluating all options?
I been up to Georgetown this season to catch a game. I’m still looking at what program best fits my style of play!
6. If college coaches give you feedback on your game, what are they telling you?
Just tell me to keep working hard and always compete!
7. If you could tell people one thing about you that you wish they knew, what would it be?
I love to write! Just pages and pages on how I feel. Ha ha!
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