Monday, June 6, 2011

Jordan Loveridge Gets Utah State Offer

Jordan Loveridge, a 2012 prospect out of West Jordan High School (UT), has done his fair share of impressing college scouts on the court.

He is also, widely considered, the best basketball player in the state of Utah.

Utah already offered and sits well with Loveridge and after visiting Utah State, the Aggies hold a special place in his recruiting trail as well.

After taking an unofficial visit to Utah State today, Loveridge picked up his fifth scholarship offer from the Aggies.

"I like them a lot," Loveridge said of Utah State. Marcel Davis, a teammate of Loveridge, already gave his verbal commitment to Utah State and that could impact his decision.

"Maybe," Loveridge said. "But I have to do what is best for me."

He now holds offers from BYU, Colorado State, Utah, Utah State and Weber State.

Loveridge has great size standing at 6-foot-6 and 225 lbs. His physical frame allows him to finish strong at the rim through contact more often than not.

Not to mention, his game is starting to expand out to the wing as Loveridge continues to work on his ball-handling and stay consistent with his fluid mid-range stroke that expands out to the three-point line.

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