One of the best players in the Class of 2016, Michigan native Miles Bridges, will announce his college decision on Oct. 3, the five-star prospect announced on Twitter.
Currently regarded as the No. 11 overall prospect in the Class of 2016, Bridges will choose between his finalists of Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan State at Mott Community College.
The 6-foot-6 wing from Huntington Prep has taken official visits to all three schools and it should be an intriguing recruitment to follow up until the end.
While Michigan State is trying to land Bridges as the centerpiece to a potential No. 1 recruiting class, Indiana also has a 2016 commitment from Bridges’ Huntington Prep teammate Curtis Jones. Kentucky has also long been a factor in the Bridges recruitment, with head coach John Calipari frequently checking out his games this summer.
Playing with The Family this spring and summer in the Nike EYBL, Bridges was one of the most productive players in the league as he averaged 21 points and 9.1 rebounds per game in 20 games. A power lefty wing who can play multiple spots on the floor, Bridges could be a potential starter as a freshman for any of the programs recruiting him, depending on what the situation looks like when he enters campus.