Well-traveled basketball recruit Aquille Carr, who committed to Seton Hall but has yet to sign a National Letter of Intent, hinted on Twitter that he may be on the move yet again. This time, the player better known as "The Crimestopper" -- it was said that the crime rate dropped in Baltimore when Carr was playing because would-be criminals were in the gym watching him -- could be headed overseas.
Here's what Carr tweeted early Tuesday morning:
The money wont always be there gotta get it when u can i turned it down last time not this time ������— Aquille Carr (@CantGuard3) March 12, 2013
Carr, who did not immediately respond to a message left by USA TODAY High School Sports, later tweeted:
Everybody going say what they want about what I'm doing keep calm if this was yourlife u might have a say so but not with my mines foh— Aquille Carr (@CantGuard3) March 12, 2013
Carr played high school ball at Patterson (Baltimore), St. Patrick (Elizabeth, N.J.) and Arlington Country Day (Jacksonville, Fla.) before finishing his career at Princeton Day Academy (Beltsville, Md.). He has previously alluded to the possibility of bypassing college and playing overseas before declaring for the NBA Draft.
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“Seton Hall is still my choice right now,” Carr told the Baltimore Sun last month. “But I'm thinking about a lot more stuff that I could advance to. I think I'm ready to make it like my job. If you know about basketball, you know what that means. By the end of the season, everybody will find out.”
While Carr meets the NBA's age minimum, the league also requires a prep player to be one year removed from his high school career. Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Jennings played a year professionally in Italy instead of honoring his commitment to Arizona before declaring for the NBA Draft.
Thanks to the Star-Ledger for the heads up. Jason Jordan contributed to this report.