The Rock School and Florida Vipers 2018 forward Darius Days released his list of his top 11 schools on Tuesday. Days named Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, LSU, Memphis, North Carolina, Ohio State, Providence, Texas A&M and Wichita State to his list. 247Sports’ composite national ranking for Days is currently 74. Providence offered Days on April 30th.
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Days’ coach at The Rock School, Justin Harden, recently told InsideCarolina.com that Days is “probably the prototypical stretch ‘4’ at this particular point in his career.” Harden continued by saying that Days is “a guy that can play inside, score the ball inside, and a guy that can definitely shoot the mid-range and three-point jump shot at a high level.”
Days ran with the Florida Vipers on the Under Armour Association circuit in the spring and summer. A couple weeks ago Jerry Meyer, a national recruiting analyst for 247Sports said “Days has dramatically improved over the past year and has been one of the top performers on the Under Armour circuit. He brings to the court a physical and skilled game guided by a highly competitive spirit.”
Providence has been busy in 2018 with AJ Reeves having pledged to the Friars on June 25th and Kris Monroe committing to Ed Cooley last week. The Friars currently have three additional open scholarships for 2018-19 as of right now.
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