Winslow to Announce; Watch it Live

Justise Winslow

The 6-6 small forward from Texas, Justise Winslow, who is the nation's #10-ranked prospect, will announce his college decision today, and you can watch the livestream of his announcement...

After taking over 20 college visits, Justise Winslow is ready to announce his college decision.

Winslow confirmed to Scout.com that he will announce his college choice at Houston (Tex.) St. John's School at 4:30 ET Thursday. Winslow is considering Arizona, Duke, Florida, Stanford, Texas A&M and UCLA.

Technically Winslow could sign a National Letter of Intent. As long as the NLI is dated within the early signing period a recruit has then two weeks after the signing period to send in the NLI. Winslow informed Scout.com that he hasn't decided if he will do that or not.

Winslow has taken quite a few visits. Sources say he's taken at least seven trips to Arizona, six to UCLA, four to Texas A&M, three to Duke, two to Florida and one to Stanford.

Winslow won a Gold Medal with the USA Basketball U19 team this past summer. Recent Duke commits Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones were also on that team, while Florida coach Billy Donovan was the head coach of the team.

A 6-foot-6, 205-pound wing, Winslow is regarded as the No. 4 small forward and the No. 10 overall prospect in the 2014 recruiting class.


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