In his popular "Shooting 3's" column today, ESPN senior basketball recruiting analyst Dave Telep checks in with incoming Brewster Academy senior T.J. Warren, who is starting to narrow his list of schools.
Warren is a Durham, N.C. native who left Word of God in Raleigh to join the Wolfeboro, N.H. program. But he could end up coming back home for college, as Telep writes:
T.J. Warren (Durham, N.C./Brewster Academy) recently made a significant decision. He's heading off to Brewster Academy for his senior year where he'll star alongside Mitch McGary (Chesterton, Ind./Brewster). Warren began his high school career at Durham Riverside then switched after two years to Word of God in Raleigh, N.C. Now at Brewster, he'll face a tough northern prep schedule.
His collegiate recruitment could have him returning home in the fall of 2011. Warren recently trimmed his college list to seven programs: Georgetown, Florida, NC State, Louisville, Kansas, Texas and North Carolina. Each program, except the Tar Heels offered him a scholarship. The 6-foot-6 small forward with exceptional shooting touch and deep range is the son of a former NC State player.