Seryee Lewis is one of the few seniors that remain without a college decision and it’s almost April. The 6-foot-7 prospect talked his recruitment with Stockrisers.com.
He mentioned that he had visits planned to some of the schools that he’s focused on but due to the latest outbreak, those won’t be taken now, or at least for the moment.
Among the schools that he says he’s focused on: St. John’s, Kansas State, Oklahoma and Georgetown. He said those programs are still involved and it’s likely those are the four he focuses on.
As far as a decision timetable, he says he will have his mind set by April 20th.
Lewis transferred from Morgan Park to Kenwood, two programs out of the Chicago area, until he transitioned to the prep route and went to Arizona where he’s play for Compass Prep. His most recent offer came from the Hoyas one month ago when Patrick Ewing visited him and teammate Frankie Collins.