One of the most intriguing prospects this summer had to be 2020 6’5 Ahmil Flowers, who displayed his versatile, athletic talent every time he stepped on the floor for the Greensboro Warriors.
His recruitment really started to take off in the last few months and throughout the summer, as he caught the eyes of several coaches sitting on the baselines.
Earning multiple offers, Flowers announced on Tuesday that he would be narrowing down his recruitment and focusing on three programs.
I’ve decided that my top 3 schools I’ll be choosing from are Western Carolina, High Point University, and Radford University, I wanna thank all of the coaches who have ever reached out to me, it’s truly been a huge blessing!!!
— Ahmil Flowers (@Ajf__baller) August 20, 2019
“They seem really interested in me and showed the most potential as far as the basketball programs,” he told Phenom Hoop Report shortly after.
So, what does he find enticing about each program? Here is what Flowers had to say.
Western Carolina: “They were the first to offer me and to recruit me heavily. They also had a really nice campus and a nice basketball facility.”
Radford: “In the past few years, Radford has been growing into a really successful basketball program, they play against tuff teams and have experience in the NCAA Tournament. They are also recruiting me extremely hard.”
High Point: “They have probably one of the best campuses I’ve seen, they are also getting a new facility and are on the verge of growing into a successful program. They also have a legendary coach who would be great to play for.”
Flowers has already taken visits to all three schools and has plans on going back, getting another chance to help him decide.
“We are still trying to figure out dates for all three but definitely at least (I will visit them) by the end of the month,” he said. After his last official visit, Flowers will be looking to make his decision around a week after.
What ultimately will go into his decision between these programs?
“Is it somewhere I can see myself being, will I get the amount of playing time I want, will I be on a winning team, and how well are the academics.”