Jahlil Okafor has scholarship offers from just about every major program in the country. That comes with the territory when you’re considered the No. 1 overall recruit in your class.
He still hasn’t narrowed his list of schools, but he has a pretty good idea of which ones will make the cut.
“I kind of know in my head, so I will (cut it) soon,” he told the Herald-Leader.
Is Kentucky in his head?
“Kentucky’s in my head,” he said.
Okafor added that there are about eight schools he’s thinking about, and those programs will form a working list as he figures out which campuses he wants to visit.
The 6-foot-11 center from Chicago remains adamant that he will play his college ball with Minnesota native Tyus Jones, who is considered by most recruiting services to be the top point guard in the country.