2022 playmaker Jordan Pope updates his recruiting
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Pope of Jordan is one of the top pointers remaining on the board in the 2022 class. He is a six-foot, 170-pound prospect from Napa, Calif. Prolific Prep and is a stunning shooter on the catch and bounce, but he has also the ball in the hands and can facilitate an attack.
He has taken a couple of visits but remains open in his recruiting.
“It goes up and then it goes down but that’s it in life. I’m pretty happy with the way it’s going but I still look,” he said of his recruiting process. .
The two schools that took him the hardest part were Nevada and Wichita State, which he both visited.
He shared his thoughts on both programs and the next steps in his recruiting.
Nevada: âThey told me that they love my game and want me to be myself and feel comfortable in an environment that they are going to give me. They have great energy, great staff. coaches, the staff they have are very experienced and I know what they are doing. I love the technical staff and all the players have said good things to me. They are on the rise. “
Wichita State: âIt’s a basketball town because they don’t have football so it’s literally basketball. Their head coach has a good CV and they have some respect so I like them. energy, their culture and all that. “
Right now he’s working on a cut list and then, in time, he’ll be ready to pin down a school.
âI’m breaking things down and getting there,â he said of a potential cut list. “I know Nevada and Wichita will be there for sure.”
As the three-star prospect said, it’s still open and looking at other possible destinations and working on more tours.
âA few more Mountain Westes and maybe a few Pac 12s,â he said when asked about other schools he would like to visit.
As for when he wants to make a decision, he takes his time.
âI want to announce in the next few months but I’m not going to rush anything,â Pope said.
Pope is ranked as Global Prospect # 228 in the 2022 class.