Newly hired Southern Miss head coach Doc Sadler made visiting with College of Central Florida (Ocala, Fla.) guard Rasham Suarez a top priority. He visited witht he talented Southern Miss signeee and his father today.
"It went real good," Suarez said when asked about his meeting with Sadler. "We talked for about two hours."
Sadler was named the new head coach at Southern Miss on Thursday and was visiting with Suarez on Thursday.
"He was the coach that recruited me but I wanted him to talk with me and my dad," he continued.
When asked if he thought that he would fit in with what Sadler wants to do at Southern Miss he had this to say.
"I believe so," he said. "I just want to do what's best for me. I have to make these last two years count."
Suarez did not ask for his release but he still has some decisions to make on his college future.
"Right now I'm not sure what I'm gonna do," he said. "Just going to talk to dad and see what he thinks. I will know hopefully by the end of the weekend or on Monday."
It's been nine days since news broke that former Southern Miss head coach Donnie Tyndall would be moving to Tennessee. During that time other program have tried to take advantage of the uncertainty of the situation.
"Several programs have contacted my JUCO coach but not me," he said. "I told coach that I didn't want to know what schools have called, that would just be added pressure.
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