Jamal Murray, a five-star guard out of Canada, will reportedly have a decision on whether he’ll re-classify to the 2015 class and where he will play his college basketball in June, his father reports.
The key, Roger Murray said, is to see where Jamal would have the best opportunity.
Murray is likely to decide by June. High school players typically decide by the national letter-of-intent deadline, which this year was set for May 20 – but Murray has rushed to complete additional schoolwork so he can play college hoops this fall, instead of the planned 2016. To do so, he would bypass the letter-of-intent deadline and sign a letter of financial aid at some later point.