As the tallest high school basketball prospect in the 2015 class, 7-foot-6 Elhadji Tacko Fall has a lot of people curious about his recruitment.
Besides growing another inch to 7-foot-6 since the end of the July live evaluation period, Fall is garnering high-major interest thanks to his immense size and game-changing defensive ability.
A three-star center, according to Rivals, Tacko might not move particularly well in an up-and-down game, but in a half-court setting, he’s a game-changer near the rim because of his size and length.
According to Adam Zagoria of SNY.tv, Fall will take three visits in the coming weeks.
The native of Senegal will take an official visit to Wake Forest this weekend, follow that with an unofficial visit to Florida State on Oct. 3 and finish up with an official visit to Georgetown on Oct. 18.
Fall also had in-home visits with Wake Forest and UCF this week, according to Zagoria.
Originally, Fall tweeted a top eight of Florida, Florida State, Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Purdue, Stanford, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest but he later deleted the tweet and a list hasn’t been named since.