In perhaps the shortest Q&A interview in history, 1500 ESPN’s Darren Wolfson spoke with five-star basketball recruit Rashad Vaughn of Robbinsdale, Minn.
A 6-foot-5-inch shooting guard, Vaughn answered 22 questions from Wolfson, giving mostly one-sentence answers to the veteran sports reporter.
Wolfson: You had 51 points in a game recently. What was that like?
Vaughn: North Carolina was there. Everything was clicking.
Vaughn is fielding more than 20 scholarship offers from the likes of Florida State, Kansas, Syracuse and Wisconsin, in addition to the Gophers. And while he has a litany of schools to choose from.
Wolfson: Is all this (recruiting) overwhelming?
Vaughn: I’m enjoying it. Just staying close to the people close to me.
Two things are almost certain: Vaughn will make an impact on whatever school he chooses to attend and his major won’t (and shouldn’t) be communications.
The twenty other questions did not shed any more light on where Vaughn is leaning towards for college, but he did mention that he will have a shortlist of schools in the near future.
Vaughn attended the Gopher-Spartan game last Monday at Williams Arena with fellow top Minnesota prep players Tyus Jones and Reid Travis.