Great video showing what makes the California point guard such a coveted prospect
2015 point guard Kendall Small is projecting to be one of the top players at his position on the West Coast. With interest from all over the country, including an offer from Connecticut. At this point, Gonzaga, Arizona, and San Diego State are some of the major West Coast programs showing interest but the list will surely grow exponentially over the next couple years. Here is a snippet from an interview with Kendall's AAU coach and father, Don Small:
"We've had UConn come by and San Diego St. has jumped in," Don said of some of the new schools showing interest. "Arizona has come on pretty hard and Gonzaga was there for every game. New Mexico jumped in and so did Washington St. It's been a lot of schools after this past weekend. We played really well and went 6-1 and finished in the Final 4 in Vegas."
Growing up a Gonzaga fan, it's been exciting for Kendall to receive interest from the school. Not surprisingly, Don expects this interest to only continue and grow.
"What we have been hearing is that they are going to be watching him close," Kendall's dad said of GU. "The coach that I usually see at the games is Donny Daniels. I was told that all of the coaches saw him play in Vegas and even Coach Few watched him. I believe Gonzaga is going to be there until the end and are going to come really hard after Kendall because of the kind of player he is."