Aniefiok enjoys Tulsa visit

6-foot-5 Maurice Aniefiok made a visit to Tulsa earlier this week, and while he came away impressed, the former Ole Miss guard is unsure of when he'll decide where to transfer to in January.
"It was good," he said of Tulsa. "I think it's beautiful and very hospitable. The facilities are pretty nice."
Aniefiok was able to spend time with the Golden Hurricane coaches and players, and he feels he could come in and immediate help their program next year.
"They are really nice," he described. "Wonderful program. Coach (Danny) Manning is doing a good job there. They told me they want me to be that guy that can come in and knock down shots and bring energy."
However, when it comes to deciding on where he will play next season, Aniefiok simply said he'll choose a school "before spring semester."
"I'm looking at just transferring this January," he said. "I want to go to a school where I'm needed, not where I'm wanted. As a basketball player, I really feel like there's a lot I can bring to the table looking at how my game has transformed from what it was when I was in high school."
Last week, Anifiok said he would visit Louisiana-Lafayette after returning from Tulsa, but this week he was unsure if that would still happen.
"I don't know yet," he added. "I'm still waiting to fix that."
The former Huntington Prep star does not have any other visits set at this time. He has already visited Marshall and is talking to San Jose State, Oklahoma State, SMU, Long Island and Rhode Island.
He signed with Ole Miss out of prep school, choosing the Rebels over Rutgers, USC, Arizona State, James Madison and Duquesne. As a senior at Huntington Prep, the 3-star prospect averaged 13.7 points and 6.6 rebounds per contest while shooting 41-percent from 3-point range.
Aniefiok struggled to make an impact as a freshman with the Rebels last season as a freshman, averaging 1.5 points per game and shooting 25.8 percent from the field in just 6.6 minutes per contest. He then transferred to Collin County Community College in Texas.