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2018 George Conditt Sets Three Official Visits; Talks Top 11

George Conditt Official Visits

George Conditt, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Corliss (IL) High School, set three official visits on Monday, he announced via Twitter. He will be taking official visits to Iowa State (Sept.2), Illinois (Sept. 15), and New Mexico (Sept. 29).

Conditt, who announced his final 11 schools on Saturday, is also considering (schools). He broke down his final 11 for D1VISION on Monday:

New Mexico: “They have a great staff. I’ve gotten great feedback from New Mexico. I have a friend who’s gone to New Mexico and he gave me great feedback, campus wise. He didn’t tell me about sports but campus wise, he said they’re great.”

Iowa State: “I was just up there yesterday for an unofficial visit. It was a great time. The people showed me love and I wasn’t even committed. I’m not part of the team yet. I didn’t even say I wanted to be a Cyclone. I just said I was interested in being a Cyclone. Just like I’m interested in being an Illini or at any school. I’m interested in being a part of any school that I have on my list now. It’s a great environment. The people make the campus. The people at the campus make it what it is. They don’t have to stay after each game just to meet the players. On senior night, they don’t have to stay after to listen to the seniors. It’s great.”

Virginia Tech: “I’m starting to build a relationship with them. It’s a new relationship. I like Virginia Tech. I really do. They’re a great school.

Georgia Tech: Great school. I’ve been in Georgia before so it’s not hard. It’s hot there. I do like it in the heat but it doesn’t matter. Wherever I go, I don’t care about the weather. I just want to play basketball.

Maryland: Maryland is a school that I want to see, personally. First off, they’re a great school. Two, Maryland is that team that’s always talked about. They’re always in something but they don’t have that extra person to put them over the top. I figured that if I were to go to Maryland, I could be that person.

UTEP: They’ve been there since day one. They were my first offer. I just love the feeling I get from UTEP. They have a new coaching staff and it’s just amazing.

Illinois: Same thing. They were the first high major school to offer. It’s my in-home state. It’s my state so if I want to stay home, I’m no later than two hours away if I go to Champaign. It allows my family to see me. They have a great coaching staff and great fans. Illini fans are big. They’re all about their basketball.

Colorado: I stay in constant contact with Colorado. I just have a great feel about them. They’re Pac-12, which is a very high-scoring conference. I will be ready for it if I went. I get a great vibe from Colorado. I had a couple friends who went to see Colorado with me. One of my friends just committed there for football. He’s telling me all about the campus and I really like it.

Houston: There’s a lot to say about Houston. They’re great. Houston is a great place. I’ve been down there and had a great time. The staff there is amazing. They were one of the first schools to take about an in-home visit. They’ve been pressing me about that so they really want me.

Washington: You just had the No. 1 pick with Markelle Fultz who came from Washington. The coaching staff knows what they’re doing. They have a great staff. I’m building a relationship with them.

Michigan: They are the unknown school that everybody’s wondering about. I put Michigan in there because I’ve built a relationship with the head coach and I’ve built relationships with the assistant coaches. Academic wise, Michigan is top tier. I’m all about academics and Michigan has top tier academics. Sports wise, they’re always talked about. I love Michigan.

Although he has set three official visits, Conditt still plans on planning more, as he said, “I also want to let those coaches know that I have two visits available so they’re going to have to work for them.”

2018 Jaedon Ledee, who cut his list on Monday is also considering Iowa State and Houston.

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