After convincing college coaches he can play at any level -- despite his diminutive size -- the list of schools interested and offering Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis grows by the week.
The 5-9 point guard is a hot commodity, with double-digit high-major offers. But he has narrowed his list of schools to seven: DePaul, Florida State, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern, Purdue and USC.
Ulis insists there is no current favorite and, after a busy summer of playing, will visit schools in August before making a decision.
In addition to playing a heavy schedule with his Marian Catholic team in June, he will be participating in the NBA Top 100 Camp in a couple of weeks and in Nike's Deron Williams Point Guard Skills Academy in New Jersey June 24-26, where 15-20 of the top point guards in the country will be competing.
Ulis put together a terrific spring with Meanstreets on the AAU circuit, leading the team in scoring with 15.7 ppg in Nike EYBL play. In EYBL competition, Ulis finished third overall in assists per game (5.5 apg) and was second in steals (2.2 spg) while shooting 47 percent from the three-point line and 87 percent from the free-throw line.
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