International recruiting is becoming more-and-more of a focus for high-major programs and Australia has produced plenty of college basketball players the last few years. LSU freshman forward Ben Simmons is obviously drawing major attention entering this season and its helped open the door for other players to gain more mainstream recruiting attention.
Another Australian looking to come to the United States for college is 6-foot-10 forward Harry Froling. According to a report from Olgun Uluc of The Pick and Roll, Froling is focused on 10 schools at the moment and he’s planning to take an official visit to Wake Forest.
Froling is also considering Boise State, Colorado, Creighton, Illinois, Kansas State, Miami, Oregon, Oregon State and SMU and plans to take four more official visits during the process, according to Uluc’s report.
Froling played on the U17 Australian team at the FIBA World Championships in Dubai last summer and put up 7.1 point and 3.1 rebounds per game.