The talented guard set up three official visits.
James Daniel, one of the most talented grad transfers in the country this year, set up official visits with three teams. The Howard guard released his top four last week, and now is set to visit Ohio State, Tennessee, and Michigan, in that order.
Daniel is also reportedly interested in DePaul, although he has not set up an official visit with the team yet.
The news comes courtesy of ESPN college basketball insider, Jeff Goodman.
Howard grad transfer James Daniel (@byrds_view11) sets visits to Ohio State (May 14), Tennessee (27), Michigan (29). Also looking at DePaul.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 19, 2017
The Howard guard averaged 17 points and 4 rebounds a game last season, but missed much of the year and was granted a redshirt.
Daniel, a 6-foot, 175 pound guard, averaged 27 points per game during his junior season. For his career, Daniel averaged 20.3 points per game during his four seasons. Although his latest season was cut short, he is still in high demand for the four teams in contention to land him.
Daniel will provide instant offense to whichever team lands him.