5-star center, Kentucky target, Aaron Bradshaw delays college decision
The battle to land Aaron Bradshaw’s commitment will go on a little longer than previously expected.
At the NBPA Top 100 camp, Bradshaw said he had made his decision and indicated he would be announcing a commitment before the Peach Jam, set to begin July 18 (via On3):
“That decision is about to come real soon. Like, before Peach Jam, soon. It’s really soon,” said Bradshaw. “… I made my decision a minute ago, just had to thoroughly think it through.”
Bradshaw, now, however, says he doesn’t want to rush into making a commitment, per Zagsblog:
“Me and my mom talked it over and just thought I can’t be rushing into things,” Bradshaw said. “I just have to take my time. I pushed it back a little bit. Not too far, but I pushed it back.”
On 247Sports, Kentucky is currently the favorite to land Bradshaw according to analysts’ Crystal Ball predictions. Bradshaw has visited UK, Louisville and Memphis.
“Those are my places right there,” Bradshaw said of the Kentucky schools, per Zagsblog. “Those are my guys. I know a lot of people there. I know a lot of people that went there. And I just know a lot about the schools. It’s not just those two, there’s other schools I really like too.”
The 7-footer out of Roselle (New Jersey) Camden is rated the No. 2 center and No. 15 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2023 on the 247Sports Composite. He has 16 scholarship offers. In May, Bradshaw named Kentucky, Louisville, Oklahoma State, Maryland, Michigan, UCLA and the G-League as his final 7 options.