Texas Tech basketball coach Tubby Smith is fitting all of the pieces of his 2014 recruiting class…
Evans Taking His Time
Assuming the 6-foot-3 Evans stick with Tech, the Red Raiders will gain a skilled asset and some much needed depth at the point guard position next season. Evans said he looks forward to being apart of the program but needs some more time before signing.
"I think its best if I wait to sign in the spring, I want to make another visit up there, but I'm really excited to come to Tech." Evans said.
Evans averaged 14 points, six rebounds and 3.5 assists last season for Berkner. This will be a great addition to Texas Tech and Evans said he looks forward to being apart of the team and the Tubby Smith era.
"I'm excited to play for Tubby Smith and about the whole thing really"
On his last visit to Tech, Evans got to watch and get a feel for the team and coaching staff. The positive impression he got from his visit is the reason he chose to commit to Tech. Evans said he felt comfortable and knew the team is something he wanted to be apart of.
"My first visit was great. I got to watch them practice and hangout with the team," Evans said. "I felt I could bond with them and play well them."
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