College Basketball Recruiting: Anthony Bennett Analyzes Possible Commitments

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College Basketball Recruiting: Anthony Bennett Analyzes Possible Commitments

Top college basketball recruit Anthony Bennett still is looking at where he will play next year, and Bennett said Washington, Oregon, Kentucky, Florida and UNLV are, "all [are] pretty much the same," in an exclusive Bleacher Report interview.

"April 11 is the time period I want to sign, but I want to make the right decision," Bennett said. "If it goes into May, then it does."

Bennett, who played in the McDonald's All-American Game and is preparing for the Jordan Brand Classic Game, is ranked the No. 7 college prospect from ESPNU 100 and has made his mark as one of the nation's best forwards.

Besides playing for Findlay College Prep (Henderson, Nev.),  6'8", 230-pound Bennett has experience playing with the Canadian National Junior Team and played in the ESPNU National High School Invitational.

Bennett said he is a strong inside-out player who, "is aggressive, runs up and down the court, and can defend both the No. 3 and 4 positions."

In an interview at the McDonald's All-American Game, Bennett weighted his college choices.

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