Shon Robinson, a 6-foot-10 junior forward who led Gilbert Eduprize to the Canyon Athletic Association basketball championship this season, has Arizona and Arizona State included in his cut-down list of colleges that he unveiled on social media Monday.
Robinson, one of the nation's most coveted big men who has committed to playing for the Oakland Soldiers this spring and summer in the AAU club circuit, narrowed it down to 12.
He also lists Michigan, Texas Tech, Syracuse, Kansas State, Rutgers, Iowa, USC, Mississippi, Nevada, Gonzaga.
Phil Lowe, who coaches Eduprize and helped Robinson's transition from Chicago to the Valley, said Robinson is looking to further cut the list, "but a decision on committing could happen whenever he thinks it is time."
Robinson, who played his sophomore year at Gilbert Higley before transferring to Eduprize, has had 25 college offers.
He had 20 points, 10 blocked shots and six rebounds in Eduprize's 77-56 win over Chandler Tri-City Christian for the CAA state championship. He averaged 23 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots his junior season.
Lowe says Robinson's versatility makes him an attractive prospect.
"Shon has the ability to guard all positions on the floor and play all positions on the floor," Lowe said. "He can initiate the offense, create off the dribble from the wing, shoot the 3-pointer, along with being sneaky athletic.
"At 6-10, his biggest attribute is his shooting ability. He is the best shooting big in the class. Whatever school he chooses is going to get a heck of a player and young man."