MEDINA, Ohio -- Medina center Jon Teske says he's an Ohio State fan, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he's about to accept the Buckeyes' scholarship offer. Teske, who was offered by Ohio State and Michigan on June 15, has allegiances to both schools.
“My dad grew up in Willoughby, so he’s always been an Ohio State fan, but we also lived in Michigan for a few years so I have a Michigan and Michigan State feeling too,” Teske said.
Teske says that both coaching staffs liked the way he shot the ball for someone who is 6-foot-11. And while, the interest is ramping up for Teske, he doesn’t want to make a decision soon.
“I just want to keep all of my options open right now,” Teske said.
Meanwhile, Teske’s Medina team has undergone a lot of change. Chris Hassinger succeeded Anthony Stacey as head coach, and point guard Craig Randall transferred to a high school in Arizona.
Because of all the new faces, Teske knows his role is even more important.
“I’ve been challenged to be more of a leader and to step up more to help the team win,” Teske said.
I think more bigman targets need to be added to the board.
This was a bit interesting:
Taylor County PG Quentin Goodin (@Goodin_3) and Huntington Prep SF Miles Bridges are talking about a potential package deal in college.— Harrison Malkin (@HarrisonSports1) June 25, 2014
I REALLY hope UM gets a fall visit from PJ Dozier: