“There’s one school out there for each one of them that is their preference,” Parker told SNY.tv by phone Monday, declining to specify the favored schools. “I’ve told them they’ve done a good job selecting the four or five schools that they visited.
“I’m as anxious as anyone else to see where they’re going.”
The 6-foot-9, 280-pound Parker tripped to Duke this past weekend where he spent time with former Duke stars Kyrie Irving and Nolan Smith, as well as current players Quinn Cook, Josh Hairston and Tyler Thornton.
Tony Parker is considering Duke, Ohio State, UCLA and Memphis, but Norm Parker said Tony would not make up the trip to Georgetown he missed when he won the IS8 tournament two weeks ago in Queens with the Playaz Basketball Club.
As for when Tony might announce, Norm said, “He hasn’t decided that yet.”
“I’m looking forward to getting it over with,” Tony told SNY.tv in New York. “Really focusing in on my season. We got a big year this year.
“This is my last season so I want to focus in and have fun.”
As for the 6-8 Poythress, he is considering Kentucky, Florida, Memphis and Vanderbilt, and finished his last visit to Memphis two weekends ago.
“They gotta make their decision,” Norm Parker said. “I couldn’t tell you who the favorite was with either one. I want them to go where they want to go.
“Both got great schools, good coaches. I don’t see how they can make a bad decision.”