That would seem to eliminate one of the 247 predictions.What Watford is looking for to get him to go in one direction or another is pretty simple. "I would say the school that I can just trust 100%," said Watford when asked what would make one program stand out. "Obviously all the schools are great programs but at the end of the day I have to come down to just one and I have to do whatever is best for me."
I don't know, bro. My prediction would be as much of a guess as the ones we're seeing on 247. There's so many moving parts here, ya know?
Thanks for the date...crossed my mind earlier and I've been meaning to look up the recruiting calander. I"m fairly certain they're about to enter another restricted period.15 May '19
I guess he intends to take every minute to watch the LSWho? situation draw...I mean, dwell on his possibilities.
Watford's likely a one and done, so I imagine he won't care about his rep if he's a first-round draft pick. Colin Sexton was rather quiet and/or disinterested when his name came up in money rumors earlier this school year. He's getting paid a truckload of money by Cleveland, which was always was his goal (though probably not the Cleveland part).The thing that I find a little troubling is what's going to happen to the reputation of Watford if he chooses to attend LSU. Whether it's on the up and up or it's a situation where money is changing hands...well, we don't know. What we do know is this. There will be a slew of fans around college basketball that'll be labeling him, his family, et. al. : paid.
It's been made into a soap opera, sure. We haven't seen any antics from the Watford camp that's made it such: it's been recruiting services, fans, and beat writers who have made into this spectacle.Does anyone really truly even care about this anymore? What a soap opera.