Gophers target Reid Travis making his decision today
November 8, 2013 — 3:57pm
The time has come.
With the fall signing period just around the corner, the first of the 2014 local 'Big Three' -- Reid Travis, Tyus Jones and Rashad Vaughn -- has staged an announcement.
For Travis, the big news will be unveiled on Friday afternoon at 3:30 at De La Salle High School. The senior tweeted out an invitation to the public on Monday.
The event will be streamed live on WCCO.com.
Travis is deciding between Stanford and Minnesota. According to Ryan James at Rivals.com, Duke has been eliminated.
He would be the fourth Gophers recruit for the 2014 class, joining guards Nate Mason and Carlos Morris and forward Josh Martin.
It would be an incredibly momentous get for Minnesota, who has only been recruiting Travis for a little more than six months. When the new staff arrived in Minneapolis, they were not expected to land any of the three.
Marcus Fuller joined the Star Tribune in 2016 after 11 years covering Gophers sports – and just about every other team and league in town -- for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Before making the Twin Cities his home, Marcus spent two years in The Kansas City Star sports department. Marcus grew up in Hawaii and is a 2002 graduate of San Jose State. Follow Fuller on Twitter @Marcus_R_Fuller.
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