It appears Thursday is a big decision day, as two of the nation’s top guards will announce their college decisions.
Tony Wroten, a highly regarded guard prospect, will announce his college choice at Seattle (Wash.) Garfield at 6 ET. Wroten told the Seattle Times that as of Wednesday night he hadn’t made up his mind.
"I'm not leaning any way," Wroten told the paper "To this day, I don't know where I'm going to go. At 2:59 p.m. I'm going to have my decision."
While that is hard to believe, Wroten does have a tough decision to make. His final five schools are Washington, Louisville, Connecticut, Villanova and Seattle University.
Washington and Louisville have been considered the heavy favorites.
Jabari Brown, of Oakland (Calif.) Senior, is also set to decide on Thurday. Brown confirmed to Scout.com that he would announce at 5 ET on ESPNU.
Brown’s list consists of Oregon, Arizona State, Washington, Connecticut and California.
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound guard took recent visits to Washington, Arizona State, Connecticut and Oregon.