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Jalen Green discusses recruitment and potential to be No. 1


At No. 3 in the class of 2020 basketball recruit rankings, 5-star guard hasn’t disappointed with his play. With Memphis, Auburn, Oregon, Fresno State, and USC in the mix, Green knows he has great options, but the focus for now is on his senior year, which he feels has gone well. When it comes to his recruiting, things remain in a holding pattern. (247 Sports)

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