Cordia (Ky.) head coach Rodrick Rhodes told SNY.tv he was in touch with Antigua Tuesday and the coach said, “Win tonight and we’ll be there Friday.”
Cordia plays Letcher Central in its district opener tonight, with the winner advancing to Friday.
Kentucky already has six recruits for 2013 and has not yet officially offered Owootoah but is at least monitoring his situation. Antigua was there last Thursday watching the Canadian point guard play.
With McDonald’s All-American Andrew Harrison already signed to play point, it had been assumed that Ryan Harrow would serve as the backup.
But Kentucky’s interest in Owootoah has raised questions about what coach John Calipari may do at the point guard position.
Meantime, West Virginia and Villanova will watch Owootaoh and Rhodes said “Seton Hall loves the kid.” Pirates assistant Danny McHale watched Owootoah last week.
No visits are currently planned and Owootoah is not considering prepping next year.
Meantime, West Virginia assistant Larry Harrison will watch 2013 G Jon Severe of Christ the King and 2014 G Khadeen Carrington of Bishop Loughlin on Wednesday. WVU has offered both New York players.