By Bryan Kriss - email@example.com
There are few players who increased their stock this AAU season as much as Danuel House. Going into the spring as an unranked prospect, House wowed us in May with an impressive performance at the Howard Pulley Invitational and has since shot up the 2012 rankings to #16. Since then, coaches from across the country have made sure to check out the rising senior as he showed his talent at various events for Texas PRO.
He displayed an impressive ability to finish in transition when we saw him last year, but his jumper and overall skill level has improved and put him over the edge as a big-time prospect.
House is a prime example of how hard work can pay off and his recruitment is reflecting that. "It feels really good to be acknowledged and it shows me and other people what you can do when you work hard. My recruitment has changed a lot because of how hard I worked on the court and Ohio University, Texas, Baylor, South Carolina, Maryland, Arizona, Providence, California, USC, Houston, Texas A&M, TCU, Missouri, Louisville, Cleveland State, Colorado, Georgetown, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Memphis, Oregon, Vanderbilt, UT Arlington, West Virginia, and Richmond are all my offers."
House doesn't have any leaders at this point and plans to trim his list sometime during the high school season, where he hopes to return to the state tournament and improve on their record from last season.