Only a handful of schools remain in the mix with versatile San Antonio (Texas) Wagner shooting guard Kevin McCullar.
On Saturday night, the 4-star guard announced his final five schools, and Kansas State, Oklahoma, and Texas Tech each survived the cut, along with Houston and Minnesota.
— км (@Kevin_McCullar) March 25, 2018
McCullar also holds offers from Baylor, UTSA, Tulsa and Louisiana Tech, which were each left on the outside of his final five looking in.
A do-it-all star for the San Antonio powerhouse, which has also produced the likes of Jordan Clarkson and Andre Roberson, McCullar has already visited each of the three Big 12 programs still in the mix for his signature, with the most recent being a trip to Texas Tech in late February.
However, McCullar won’t make his commitment until after taking all of his official visits, which aren’t yet scheduled.
In the meantime, McCullar is recovering from a fractured tibia, which he suffered toward the end of his junior season. Prior to that, the 6-foot-6 talent was averaging 16.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.5 steals as the headliner of a backcourt featuring fellow college-bound guards in Colorado-Colorado Springs signee DeRaun Clark and North Texas commit Jalen Jackson.
When the time comes for McCullar to be the latest Wagner guard to take his talents to the next level, McCullar hopes to make the transition to point guard.
McCullar is ranked as the nation’s No. 122 player, No. 19 shooting guard and the No. 10 player in Texas, per the 247Sports Composite.