Five-star composite forward Jordan Walsh has a schedule in mind
MANSFIELD, Texas – This fall has certainly been a busy one for Jordan walsh. Between the school transfer and official visits, Walsh has kept his cool and is excited about all the recent events that have taken place.
“I’ve adjusted well to my new school so it’s been a good fall,” Walsh says. “I’m just trying to improve myself and everyone around me to make the Link Year program better.”
A 6-foot-7 combo forward from Cedar Hill, TX Walsh visited Arizona State, Texas, and Memphis last month. He still has an official visit scheduled to Kansas this month during Arkansas has been a program that has remained in the chase for some time and will be at the heart of matters when it comes to the decision.
Walsh discussed everything related to his fall recruiting with 247Sports:
Arkansas: “They are always in the mix because of their coaching staff, their environment and their fan base. Everyone knows their fan base is crazy. The coaching staff is well experienced and Eric Musselman has a history of putting its players in the league. It’s also a place where I can concentrate too. “
Arizona State: “I like Bobby hurley and his style of play. The school is really modern and has a very good set-up. School is not too far from where I live so I can travel comfortably and they also have a very good fan base. “
Kansas: “I’m talking to Kurtis Townsend. Kansas has always been the school of my dreams and I want to visit to get a feel for their culture. Bill yourself is obviously a legendary trainer. There is a lot of history there and I want to be around that to see what it looks like. “
Memphis: “The visit was great. The coaching staff is what interested me about the school and that’s what prompted me to make my visit. Penny hardaway and his NBA experienced staff has something that I want to be with. Rashed Wallace and Coach Penny spoke to me every day and came over to my house this weekend to discuss their schedule even more with me. “
Texas: “Ulric Maligi is the coach who recruits me. He was the first coach to make me an offer, so it was important to me. The school is close to where they live, their fan base is crazy and the visit was crazy. They have a real family environment there. “
As for his final decision, Walsh wants to play for an ideal program that stands out for his NIL opportunities, fan support, location, coaching staff and their style of play. He has a schedule in mind for advertise the program that meets its criteria.
“By the end of the month, I should be hired,” Walsh said. “Maybe I should drop an engagement video in the October 24th or 25th area. I haven’t decided on the specific date yet, but it will be somewhere around there.”
A four-star prospect, Walsh is ranked 27th overall in the 2022 247Sports Composite Rankings industry-generated outlook.