Found September 12, 2013 on
Let’s begin this mashup with some hoops recruiting:
Tyler Ulis Announcing Friday. Are the #Hawkeyes still in Picture? His Father Tells Us (Free) – http://t.co/T68VJ0gEcm
— Rob Howe (@HawkeyeInsider) September 11, 2013
In the item, Ty’s father says that Ty still hasn’t made up his mind on where he is going to go. That’s interesting, given he’s said he will announce his college decision on Friday. If you don’t know where you are going, why would you create a self-imposed deadline since signing day is still about two-months away? So I’m not buying that; I think they are probably 90% down the road with where they are going and are going to use a couple more days to sleep on it.
As for the decision, the article says most analysts believe Ulis will pick Kentucky. I’ve felt all along it would be MSU given the family ties there, but this article from the Chicago Tribune thinks it’s down to Kentucky and Iowa.
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