Matas Buzelis' decision will be about more than basketball


jumped 15 spots to No. 27 in the 2023 Rivals150. The 6-foot-10 junior can handle, shoot, and pass, and college basketball programs have taken notice. "I am hearing from all the schools who have offered," Buzelis said. "I don’t have just one that sticks out right now. I have taken two official visits so far. One to Wake Forest and one to Florida." (Rivals.com)

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Matas Buzelis' decision will be about more than basketball


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