Posted On: 04/3/19 8:52 AM

Antonio Salinas pretty much did it all at the high school level. The talented 6-foot-1, 170-pound point guard won two 1A titles with Zillah High School and this past year, earned tournament MVP honors to boot. So what's next for Salinas? He's playing AAU ball this spring while looking over his options, which may continue to develop over the next month or so.

"Right now I'm visiting a handful of schools and I've been talking to people at pretty much every level," Salinas said. "I'm just waiting out the process and enjoying it. Right now being in the position of not committing early it's kind of cool because you have all these transfers going out and come next month and the next couple of weeks you're going to have people out looking for guys and fortunately I'm still on the list."

Schools that have Salinas on their list include Division II schools such as Western Washington - where Salinas will be visiting soon - while New Mexico and Oregon State have been in contact as well. "I'm open right now, 100 percent," Salinas said. "If I have a D-II like Western Washington - I'm getting recruited hard by them and

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