And yet as of right now, he's not even a scholarship player on his own team.
That's because the 6-foot-10 Drummond generously agreed to become a walk-on so that teammate Michael Bradley could go on scholarship.
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But he is headed for a change of scenery and he has cut his college list.
The 6-foot-10 Drummond told ESPN.com that his top five college options include UConn, Kentucky, Louisville, Georgetown and West Virginia.
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"As of right now, that's the plan," he told SNY.tv by phone from the adidas Nations event in Los Angeles.
Asked to confirm that he would be in high school this season instead of somewhere else, he reiterated, "The's the plan."
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"We'll sit down with some people in the spring," Quinn said Sunday at the PrimeTime Shootout at Kean University before Drummond scored 17 points in a 73-61 loss to St. Patrick. "We've told everybody we'll talk to people in the spring."
Quinn previously said the 6-foot-10 Middletown, Conn., native was being most heavily courted by Louisville, Kentucky, West Virginia, UConn, Pittsburgh, North Carolina and Georgetown.
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The 6-foot-10 Drummond is the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2012 and the Chancellors are battle-tested from playing a rigorous prep school schedule.
But Michael Gilchrist and his teammates rose to the challenge -- once again.
This year Andre Drummond will headline a parade of uncommitted and committed stars when the three-day event comes to Kean University Friday-Sunday.
As we reported here last month, seven schools are in the hunt for the 6-foot-10, 260-pound Drummond of St. Thomas More (Conn.).
The 6-foot-10, 260-pound behemoth runs the floor like a long-legged gazelle and possesses awareness and scoring ability that seems unrivaled at this level.