Tyus Battle, one of the most sought after players in the Class of 2016, plans to cut his list sometime before his high school season starts in December at Gladstone (N.J.) Gill St. Bernard’s. The 6-foot-6 Battle will trim his list to about 10 schools, he and his father told SNY.tv Tuesday. “I’m going to cut my list down to 10 or 12 before the season starts this year, so that should be a lot of fun,” Battle told SNY.tv. Among the schools that would seem to stand a good chance of making the cut are Kentucky, Duke, Syracuse, Michigan, Ohio State, UConn, Florida and Louisville.
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