Coming off his visit to Villanova, coveted Tyler Roberson has cut his list to three schools.
Roberson brings toughness and rebounding
The No. 28 ranked prospect by 247Sports and the No.29 ranked prospect in the 247Composite, Roberson has narrowed his list to Kansas, Syracuse and Villanova.
The 6-7, 190-pound combo forward out of Roseele (N.J.) Catholic High School gave 247Sports a take on each school.
"Kansas is a big school. They have great players and coaching staff and good fan support."
"With Syracuse I fit well into how they play. They also have a great program and coaches."
And Villanova is close by and a great program. I visited last weekend, and I liked the program a lot."
With the plan being to sign during the early period, Roberson will have to work on a tough decison.
"I'm going to talk with the coaches and my family," Roberson said. "I just need to figure out what the best school is for me."
Now that he is down to three schools. Roberson is comfortable off the court with is three finalist. The challenge now is to find the right fit on the court.
"It will be about finding the best fit as a basketball player. I'm looking for a coach that will use my versatility. I'd like to be used more like a wing in college. That's what I want to be. I know I'll post up some and I'm good at that. More of a small forward is what I want to be, though."