Cincinnati Basketball: 2024 4-star point guard Travis Perry talks recruiting process

Cincinnati Bearcats guard Rob Phinisee against the Chaminade Silverswords. USA Today.
Cincinnati Bearcats guard Rob Phinisee against the Chaminade Silverswords. USA Today. /
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Kentucky product and 2024 4-star point guard prospect Travis Perry discussed his recruiting process in a recent interview with 247 Sports!

Multiple notable programs are targeting Perry alongside Cincinnati including Kentucky, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Purdue and others.

Ole Miss is currently projected to land the talented lead guard  but Michigan remains a serious contender as well per On3 Recruiting.

Perry is the 6th highest rated point guard in the nation via 247 Sports and should be considered a high priority for Wes Miller’s coaching staff.

Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats continue to build the 2024 recruiting class and beyond

Bearcats commit and 2024 4-star center Tyler McKinley reflected on the decision to join his hometown school in an interview via On3.

Cincinnati target and 2024 4-star combo guard Jase Richardson continues to show improvement prior to his upcoming commitment date.

Georgia native and 2024 4-star forward Darrion Sutton picked up an offer from the Bearcats and several other programs in recent weeks.

Make sure to stay tuned for the latest recruiting rumors as Miller and company continue to construct the 2024 class and beyond!

Cincinnati Basketball: 2024 4-star point guard Travis Perry talks recruiting process

Heading into his senior campaign at Lyon County High School, Perry is the top ranked prospect from Kentucky according to 247 Sports.

Perry broke down the latest news regarding his recruitment in an interview with 247 Sports National Basketball Director Eric Bossi.

"“It’s been a lot of fun. This summer has been really busy so I will definitely enjoy having a little break from it but I’m sure going to miss it a lot because it’s been fun. I feel like I’ve grown a lot with my efficiency and just trying to be a good lead guard out there. I’ve been focused on making winning plays because these games haven’t been about who can score 25. They have been about who can win the game for their team and that’s what people want to see. Coach Miller says that he was kind of similar to me. He is competitive, wants to go out there and win, and that’s what I want to do every night. So that pitch of he’ll be on the sidelines leading us to victory and that I’ll be out on the floor leading to them to victory. He just sees me going in and playing a major role and helping them to win.”"

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