Lyles ready to announce

Five-star power forward Trey Lyles will make his college decision tomorrow.

Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech standout Trey Lyles made his first college commitment before he ever played a game of high school basketball. Now the 6-foot-9 power forward is on the eve of his final decision.

The five-star prospect will make his decision between Louisville and Kentucky public at his school tomorrow at 12:50 p.m.

Lyles initially committed to Indiana before de-committing just before the start of his junior school year. From that day on numerous high-major programs were checking in on him, though it always seemed that Louisville and Kentucky were the two out in front.

Now Lyles is ready to make his pick. The probable McDonald's All-American is a very skilled power forward who can really rebound and score down low, and also has the ability to stretch the defense out to three point range.

Look for the No. 8 overall prospect to be one of the more productive freshmen in college basketball next season with his college ready body and skill set.

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