Brandon Boston Jr., a five-star prospect out of the 2020 recruiting class, has scheduled some upcoming visits thanks to a new rule allowing high school juniors to begin taking official visits earlier.
For those unaware, the new recruiting rule allows high school juniors to take up to five official visits from August until the end of their junior year. This rule is incredibly new, as it was only announced back in August.
The schools Brandon Boston Jr. happen to be visiting are the Duke Blue Devils, Florida Gators and Alabama Crimson Tide. He’s also reportedly working on taking an official visit with the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Boston is not only considered a five-star prospect by most reputable recruiting service websites, but as one of the very best in the entire 2020 recruiting class, with him falling in as the 10th (or so) best player for that recruitment cycle.
Obviously, in turn, nearly every major program in the nation is going to attempt to lure him to their campus.
A 6-foot-6 shooting guard, many project the Duke Blue Devils as the favorite to recruit Boston, but the kid has plenty of time to make a decision, leaving other schools with ample time to convince him otherwise.
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