2014 wing prospect Daniel Hamilton, who had a strong showing at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp, has four schools at the top of his list.
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Offers are in from UNLV, Connecticut, Louisville, San Diego State, Washington, Long Beach State, USC, UTEP, Colorado, Colorado State and Baylor.
San Diego State, UNLV, USC and UConn, however, sit at the top of that offer list.
"Those are the four schools recruiting me the hardest." Hamilton told 247sports. "That is why they standout to me. They are the ones texting and calling the most."
Although they haven't offered yet Kansas and UCLA are showing significant interest in the 6-foot-7, 180-pound Hamilton.
They haven't decided if they want to play college basketball together but they have been on the unofficial visit circuit together.
From Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco High School, the pair have already visited Long Beach State, UCLA and USC. Another visit at USC and visits to Baylor and San Diego State are planned for this summer.
A crafty scorer with a feel for the game and a competitive streak, Daniel Hamilton averaged 18 points, nine rebounds and four assists per game this past high school season.