Seven schools are working the hardest for 2016 guard Tyus Battle, his father told SNY.tv. Gary Battle listed Ohio State, UConn, Virginia, Villanova, Michigan, Syracuse and Indiana as those “working the hardest.” Several of those schools are due in today (Thursday) and tomorrow (Friday) to see the 6-5 Battle work out at Gill St. Bernard’s. Syracuse assistant Mike Hopkins is due in today.
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