Tevin Mack, a prized recruit in the Class of 2015, became available last month. But by Tuesday, he could be off the boards once again.
Evan Daniels of Scout.com reported on Thursday night that the four-star small forward will likely announce his college decision on Tuesday. He told Daniels he is down to three schools, however, he would not specifically name them. According to WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina — Mack’s hometown — Clemson, Georgia, Kansas, North Carolina, Texas, UCLA and West Virginia were among seven schools he was considering last week.
Mack committed to VCU back in November, one of two four-star commits in 2015 incoming class for Havoc. That all changed when Shaka Smart left for Texas early last month. He requested his release from his National Letter of Intent, as did Kenny Williams, a four-star shooting guard who later committed to North Carolina.
“The number-one reason why he chose VCU was Coach Smart,” Mack’s mother told the Washington Post last month.
The 6-foot-7 Mack has visited Texas since Smart took over the program.
Mack is considered the No. 61 overall player in the Class of 2015, according to Rivals.