Immanuel Quickley reveals his top three schools

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Class of 2018 point guard Immanuel Quickley, who had an eventful summer, appeared on Comcast SportsNet on Tuesday night to reveal his top three schools.

The five-star prospect is now leaning towards Kentucky, Kansas and Miami. Quickley took Maryland out of the picture as he felt the relationship with the Big Ten school wasn’t the best.

“I’m actually taking Maryland off my list,” Quickley said on CSN. “You know, they don’t contact me as much, so it only makes sense to go with those three.”

Quickley has taken visits to the schools he’s considering. 247sports has the top player in Maryland going to Kentucky as he has a solid connection with coach John Calipari, who coached the USA U19 team during the FIBA Tournament in Egypt.

“It was really cool, just get to know him on and off the floor,” Quickley said on CSN. “We got to spend time in Egypt touring and stuff like that, getting on camels and just really getting to know him off the court.”

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