Word of God (Raleigh, N.C.) standout Bishop Daniels , a combo guard who’ll likely be a point guard on the college level, is on Virginia Tech’s radar for the 2011 recruiting class. A 6-2, 170-pound prospect, Daniels claims three ACC offers for sure and believes Tech has offered as well.
“I know I have offers from Wake Forest, N.C. State and Miami. That’s all I know of. I think Virginia Tech has offered, but I’m not totally certain,” Daniels said at last weekend’s Southern Invitational in Hampton, Virginia.
Daniels has visited Virginia Tech on two occasions and has come away impressed by his experiences.
“I really like the school,” Daniels said of Virginia Tech. “I like the atmosphere. It’s a real good school and I like the way the coaches treat you.”
The talented guard names no favorites and for now is in a wait-and-see mode to see which programs come through on the scholarship front.
“I’m getting recruited pretty highly right now,” Daniels said. “A lot of colleges are taking interest. Right now, I’m trying to make it to the top. I’m trying to get what I can get right now and then I’m going to worry about what I’m looking for later.
“When I feel comfortable making a decision, that’s when I’ll make it. I don’t know yet [if he’ll stay in-state or leave the state]. I always say I’d love to be home, but I don’t know where that’ll take me.”
A combo guard as a freshman, Daniels made the transition to point guard this past season as a sophomore. He is also running point for D-One Sports, an AAU program out of North Carolina, this spring and summer. Coming off a sophomore season in which he had mixed results individually, Daniels is looking to continue to improve as a point guard.
“I did okay last season,” said Daniels, who played alongside top 2009 class guard John Wall. “I don’t think...
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