NCAA Basketball Recruiting: 1 School Each Top Uncommitted Player Should Avoid

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NCAA Basketball Recruiting: 1 School Each Top Uncommitted Player Should Avoid
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Elite NCAA bsketball recruits can count on a supply of good teams to join, but not every program is a good fit for every player. Sometimes the issue is talent—too much at the wrong positions or too little—and sometimes it’s a coach whose style won’t mesh with a given prospect’s skill set.

Former UCLA commit Trevon Bluiett, for example, wants to stay close to his Indianapolis home, so Indiana would be an obvious contender for his services. However, compared to other coaches on Bluiett’s list, the Hoosiers’ Tom Crean would make it tougher than anyone for the burly swingman to find playing time.

Read on to see why Bluiett would struggle to keep Crean happy, along with recommendations for programs to pass on for the rest of the 20 most impressive uncommitted prospects in the class of 2014.

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