The 6-foot-8, 205-pound Leslie had an in-home visit Wednesday night with Seton Hall head coach Bobby Gonzalez and assistant Dermon Player.
“It was good. It was real good,” Leslie said.
Asked if he was planning an official visit to South Orange, N.J., Leslie said: “I don’t know yet. I haven’t scheduled any visits yet.”
Leslie said he’s also considering Kentucky, Florida, Maryland and North Carolina.
Georgetown also comes in tonight for Leslie’s final home visit.
Seton Hall also has a home visit Monday with Bishop Loughlin forward JayVaughn Pinkston, who lists Seton Hall, St. John’s, Villanova, Marquette and Tennessee. Gonzalez and his staff met with St. Anthony forward Devon Collier this past Monday and Collier is considering Seton Hall, St. John’s, Providence, Maryland and Oregon State. He plans to set his visit schedule after Oregon State coach Craig Robinson attends an open gym Friday.
JOSEPH CUTS LIST
The 6-3, 180-pound Joseph is considering Villanova, Minnesota, UConn, Texas, UNLV, Florida and Mississippi State.
He has already visited Texas, will hit UConn Oct. 16 for First Night festivities and Villanova Oct. 23 for Hoops Mania.
Joseph, whose older brother, Devoe, plays for Minnesota, will visit the Gophers either Oct. 9 or Oct. 30,.
His visit to UNLV will likely be unofficial.
Joseph is the No. 7 recruit in the nation according to Rivals.
TOBIAS HARRIS UPDATE
Torrel did not want to make the visit dates public, but after Tennessee Tobias will tentatively visit Kentucky (Oct. 16 for Big Blue Madness), Louisville, West Virginia, Georgia Tech and Maryland in that order.
“We’re going to do a final visit for all seven schools,” Torrel said.
He took his first official visit to Syracuse this past weekend.
“He had a good visit,” Torrel said. “He definitely liked Syracuse.”
George “The Iceman” Gervin, a family friend, worked out with both Tobias and Tyler Harris on Wednesday at Half Hollow Hills.
Torrel and Tobias will be at the is8 league this weekend in Queens with their Unique All-Stars AAU team. That team will also feature Dion Waiters, Will Regan, Walt Harris, C.J. Fair, Tavon Sledge, Tony Mitchell and Jordan McRae. Syracuse commit Fab Melo is also supposed to play with the Unique All-Stars for the playoffs.