One of the big names of summer Freddy Dillion completes his visit to Alabama. Four-star combo guard Word Of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC) recently visited Wake Forest and may be close to a decision in the future.

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“Right now I have a top 10, you never know it can always change,” he said. “I’m visiting Alabama right now and this is my last visit as a junior and then it will reset for senior year. If I don’t make up my mind sooner, I will definitely go to Texas and then to Louisville.”

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Wake Forest: “The visit went well. I got to know all the staff, all the players, and they are very real, honest people. The Forbes coach is a great guy, as are the rest of the staff.”

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“The system worked for me. I liked how they move the ball up and down, how they play, where the screens come from and how they move the ball. I saw in their practice that this is the material of the next level.”

Alabama: “I love Bama. They talked about many great things and all the staff are nice. There are no flaws in Alabama, there are a lot of great things here.”

Nate Oates is a great coach and they have a rich history here. I’m going to continue this process, but from what I’ve seen so far, including the premises, the people here and the style of play, this really suits me. they are great people so definitely an option.”

“I also met Nick Saban it was crazy, he’s a great guy to talk to.”

Texas: “I met a couple of their coaches there and what they say is great. The playing style is popular in Texas, so there’s nothing wrong with seeing what they have there.”

Louisville: “Coach Nolan Smith been on me since he was at Duke. He said good things to me and told the coach Kenny Payne about me and suggested.

With Dilione making his last visit of the junior season, a decision could be made in the near future.

“I want to make a decision very soon, but I’m not going to be in a hurry. I’m just trying to consider options.”