Five-star forward Isaiah Todd has garnered a ton of interest from programs around the country throughout his recruitment process. He’s not going to announce his commitment just yet, but he has narrowed his choices down to five schools.
Todd has received over 20 offers up to this point in his recruitment. With another year left of basketball at the high school level, he’ll have the chance to develop his game before heading to the NCAA.
While a plethora of programs would love to add Todd to their 2020 recruiting class, only five schools are left in the hunt.
His official top five includes Memphis, Michigan, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina.
It’s not surprising to see the “blue bloods” remaining in the sweepstakes for Todd. As for his other choices, it’s evident that Memphis and Michigan are doing a solid job of hanging with the powerhouses of college basketball.
Both the Tigers and Wolverines are coached by former NBA players in Penny Hardaway and Juwan Howard, respectively.
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— Isaiah Todd (@zaytodd) August 2, 2019
Todd is the No. 14 recruit and No. 2 power forward in his class, per 247Sports.
According to 247Sports’ crystal ball predictions, Kentucky has the edge in votes over North Carolina and Kansas. These projections were prior to this announcement, which means it’s possible that Memphis or Michigan receive a few votes.