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Recruiting: 2021 guard Blake Wesley includes Creighton in top 12 list

Recruiting: 2021 guard Blake Wesley includes Creighton in top 12 list

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Creighton is working to fill its 2021 recruiting class. So far, the lone pledge is point guard Ryan Nembhard. But shooting guard prospect Blake Wesley, out of Indiana, announced Thursday that the Jays are one of 12 schools he's considering.

Blake Wesley, a four-star shooting guard from Indiana, announced Thursday that he’s narrowed his focus to 12 schools. And Creighton made the cut.

Wesley shared his updated list on social media Thursday. He’s considering 12 schools: Creighton, Grand Canyon, Indiana, Kansas State, Louisville, Maryland, Missouri, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Purdue, Texas and Xavier.

Wesley is a 6-foot-5, 180-pound guard who’s ranked No. 108 nationally on the 247Sports composite. Rivals rates him just inside its top 100, at No. 95 overall.

Back in July, Wesley announced that he’d received a scholarship offer from Creighton.

One of the Jays’ other top 2021 targets, Hunter Sallis, announced earlier this week that he's included CU in his list of 12 finalists.

Another 2021 Creighton target, wing Tamar Bates, announced on Instagram Friday morning that he's committed to Texas. He said early playing time, relationships and the chance to win were the biggest factors in his decision. The Kansas City product was also considering CU, Alabama, Iowa State, Kansas, Missouri and Oregon.

Point guard Ryan Nembhard is the one known member of CU's 2021 recruiting class.

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