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Silas Demary Jr.promising number 59 in the class of 2023, ready to make a college decision.

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On Friday, October 7 at 3:30 pm ET, Demari will make his announcement live on 247Sports.

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The 6-foot-4, 185-pound combo quarterback from Charlotte, North Carolina’s Combine Academy hasn’t officially cut his roster himself, but he’s been to NC State, VCU, USC, St. John’s, and Tennessee.

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As he nears the finish line, the three schools that were in the biggest race were NC State, USC and VCU.

Both Wolfpack and VCU are close to home and that could certainly influence his decision, but he also has connections to the LA area as his father was once an arena football player for the LA Avengers.

The race for Demari has been neck and neck for the past month, but it will all end on Friday afternoon when one program wins.

Whoever delivers Demari will receive a versatile guard who can impact the game in a variety of ways. His size, strength, athleticism, body control and skill set allow him to make a difference both with and without the ball.

He is a good passer and playmaker, he can beat his opponent on dribble and complete the game at the rim, he can create his own shot, he improves at long range and has demonstrated the ability to score or get to the free throw line at will. at the decisive moment.

Defensively, he is a winning defender who can defend both singles and doubles on the perimeter, and also makes a positive rebound in his position.

According to Synergy Sports Tech, he averaged 10.5 points, 3.1 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.7 steals for Curry’s team this summer, shooting 42-75 of two (54.5%) and 6- 30 out of three (20.0%) in 12 games this summer. .

Don’t forget to tune in to 247Sports. find out where Demarie will direct his talents.