Posted On: 08/31/15 6:45 PM

It was a summer to remember for Beachwood guard Maishe Dailey, who added 20 Division I offers in less than a month. Not too bad for a player that didn't have a single D1 offer entering the summer.

Now the craziness is behind him, but Dailey isn't satisfied. The senior wants to attract the eyes of bigger schools.

"I've just been working out," Dailey said. "A couple of colleges who haven't offered yet have told me what they needed. It's mainly shooting and ball-handling. It's been weightlifting too. They point out things they want or need for their team."

The schools interested but yet to offer include Michigan, Butler, Wichita State and Nebraska. His list of 20 schools that have offered is headlined by Northern Iowa and includes in-state options such as Ohio, Youngstown State and Toledo.

It's a long list, but it might get a little shorter soon.

"I'll probably try to cut it down a little bit soon, but I don't plan on making my decision until after the season," Dailey said.

Next up are visits for Dailey. The Beachwood guard will visit Northern Iowa in the fall. He already took an unofficial visit to Duquesne during the

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