Ending the summer with one sentence Brooks Bar it is now on track to kick off the winter season with more than a few offers from the Ivy League and mid-range programs.

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“I saw all the hard work come to fruition,” Bar said. “I have made several visits and received offers, which has been a huge blessing for me.”

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6-foot 4-year-old left-hander from the Keller School (Texas), added by Bar state of colorado, Colombia, fairfield, Loyola Chicago, St. Louisas well as Yale university. Last month, he made unofficial trips to Colorado, Loyola Chicago, St. Louis and Yale.

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High core programs such as BYU, Nebraska, Utahas well as Wake Forest are showing interest. Brooks said he plans to tour the Deamon Deacons campus next month and wants to schedule visits to Utah programs. He shared his thoughts on the group of programs involved in his recruitment with 247Sports:

BYU: “My dad played football there. This is my huge dream school. I used to go to their games as a child. It’s a huge place for me and I love the way they play.”

state of colorado: “I really liked the environment. The area is beautiful. The coaching staff was personable and everyone made me feel at home. Ali Farohmanesh recruit me from there. It’s just a great program.”

Nebraska: “I had a good conversation with them. It wasn’t too long. They told me about the area, what the school is like and how they play. It was really exciting.”

St. Louis: “I loved school and I liked the style of basketball. Phil Forte recruits me. I like the coaching staff’s attention to detail. I can tell that they love basketball and everything about it. It’s a basketball school and the program is similar to the city’s NBA team. People are coming out and the environment is crazy.”

Utah: “As a kid, I watched the Cliffs play all my life. They are my dream school. I love competition. Being in the Pac-12, they are playing against the best teams in the country.”

Wake Forest: “Maybe I’ll be there in December. Matt Woodley told me about his coaching staff and how they play basketball during a phone call. This is the highest academic school. I like their style of play. They play very fast and I can tell they treat their players right.”

Now that he’s gotten his first taste of the visits, Bar says he’ll mainly focus on his fit with the program when analyzing fans.

“I’m looking at the style of play to see how I’ll play in their system,” Bahr said. “I also look at the coaching staff. I want to play right now. So if they really want me, it will be a huge role.”

Bahr, who received three stars, is one of the top 30 combo defensemen in the 247Sports positional rankings.