Jabari Bird Recruiting: Bay Area Star Prospect Cancels Visits, Will Decide Wednesday

Jabari Bird seems to know where he wants to go to school for the next four years. He's all set to make his college decision on Wednesday at Salesian High school in Richmond.

Bird has five schools on his shortlist: Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington. He was scheduled to go to four of those schools this month. However, Bird has changed his plans. After making his official visit to Cal this past weekend, he has canceled his visits to Colorado, Oregon and Washington which were coming up later in the month. It's looking like Cal would be the presumed favorite if a decision ended up being made tomorrow.

Bird is considered one of the top-20 recruits in the country and is one of the best small forwards available in the 2013 recruiting class. Bird recently participated in the Elite 24 and acquitted himself well, and he figures to be an impact recruit with whichever Pac-12 school he picks.

Talk about Cal basketball recruiting at the California Golden Blogs, and general Pac-12 basketball recruiting at Pacific Takes.

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