Oakland University might have found it point guard of the future.
Detroit Pershing’s Kahlil Felder verbally committed to Oakland’s 2013 recruiting class.
He said he called OU coach Greg Kampe and assistant Saddi Washington this afternoon to make his pledge.
“I felt Oakland was the right fit for me,” said Felder, who’s 5-feet-9. “They’re a mid-major school, and they play high-major teams. I like their offense.”
Felder, a Free Press All-PSL selection last season, said, “I can distribute, I can score, I can rebound, and I can defend very well.”
He said it was important that OU “lets its guards play.”
He joins Westland’s Nick Daniels and Lansing Sexton’s Jalen Hayes as players expected to sign in the 2013 class.
NCAA rules prevent college coaches from speaking publicly about recruits until they sign a national letter of intent.