COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.- Top 2015 prospect Ivan Rabb isn't in a hurry to make a college decision, but schools better offer if they want to get his attention.
Rabb is an electric athlete
Numerous schools are recruiting Rabb, a 6-9, 195-pound power forward from Oakland (Calif.) Bishop O'Dowd High School, but Rabb had a simple answer when asked who he was seriously considering.
"I'm only interested in the schools that are recruiting me," Rabb told 247Sports. "Those are North Carolina State, California, Arizona and UNLV."
Rabb visited California earlier in September, and several head coaches have been to Oakland to visit him.
Rabb listed North Carolina State, Arizona, California, UCLA and Portland State as the schools whose head coaches have visited him this fall.
More important to Rabb than his recruitment is the development of his game.
"I'm focused on getting stronger and continuing to progress with my face up game," he said. "My shot has gotten a lot better since the start of school, and I'm really proud of that."
When the time does come for Rabb to make a decision, coaches better come strong presenting the academic virtues of their schools.
"Academics are the most important thing," Rabb said. "I might not be able to play in the NBA or overseas, so I need to take care of things off the court. The academics and overall atmosphere of the school are very important. It's also important that I like the coach."