Predicted Destination: Baylor
Danuel House is one of the more exciting players that the 2012 class has to offer.
Standing at 6'6", he has prototypical two-guard size and length, making him a tough match-up on either end of the court. He is a big-time scorer, due mainly to his outstanding shooting ability, especially from beyond the arc.
He is also one of the better athletes in the country, as evidenced by his tremendous vertical and open-court speed. A lot of his points will come fast-break or transition baskets, including many potential highlight-reel dunks.
Although he is a dangerous shooter, he needs to improve his shooting and play-making ability off the dribble, especially if he plans on becoming a full-time back-court player.
House's decision may be one of the toughest ones to predict, simply because he didn't receive a ton of interest from upper tier schools until just recently. His list of schools currently stands at 10, including Arizona, Houston, Baylor, Missouri, Georgetown, Texas, Oregon, Kansas, Ohio State and Georgia Tech.
Given that he lives in Texas, I would give the early edge to Baylor, where he could start right away on a fairly talented team.