Monday night, North Carolina State University class of 2013 basketball recruit, Julius Randle announced that he is finally ready to make a decision on where he play college basketball.
The Wolfpack recruit announced that he will officially announce his college choice on March 20th. The announcement will be made at 1 p.m. and should be viewable on ESPNU.
His list currently stands at Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, and North Carolina State. Texas and Kansas appear to be the favorites to land Randle.
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Over the weekend, Randle and his high school team won the private school state championship in Texas. In 2011, he averaged 21.1 points per game.
Randle is six feet, nine inches tall and weighs 250 pounds. He is a five star power forward and is the number one players in the recruiting class including in the state of Texas and at his position.
Duke, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio State, and Oklahoma State all made pitches for Randle’s services, but were eventually crossed of his list. Both North Carolina and Duke pursued him heavily, and seemed to be in the running for him for a while, but that obviously changed when Randle announced his list of six schools.