With college basketball rosters in flux, Eric Ayala, a 6-foot-3 combo guard and top-100 prospect in the 2018 class, has had to reconsider whether he wants to be a collegian earlier than expected.
Some of the top programs nationally, have reached out to the stud guard about opting into the 2017 class this summer and attending college in the fall.
“Right now, I will probably make a decision sometime after July right after the last live period,” Ayala said. “For now, it is still up in the air. I am thinking about it a lot, I just haven’t pinpointed my decision just yet. I am definitely coming close to one. I am fully qualified at all aspects with my academics.
“LSU just jumped in for 2017 but mostly all of the schools that I talk to would take me whenever I would want to come out. Everybody is recruiting at a steady pace; Miami came to see me during the school year, Syracuse, Oregon, Arizona, Indiana, a lot of schools are in the mix and staying steady.”
Ayala could come to a decision by August.