Posted On: 09/10/19 8:38 PM

Going into this season, Jacob Tompkins was a bit under the radar. It was easy to overlook the solid 6-foot-3, 170-pound combo guard as he's from Central Oregon and Summit High School didn't have a great season. But after playing out this past summer with Hoop Salem, you can consider Tompkins high on coaches minds. He's getting plenty of college recruiting interest and we caught up with him for the latest with his college recruitment.

To say that Tompkins has been getting a lot of calls since summer ball ended would been an understatement. He's heard from schools at practically every level of college basketball and most all have told him what makes him such an intriguing prospect.

"I think for a lot of them, they liked my ability to shoot the ball - that's my one skill that's been emphasized to me," Tompkins said. "Also my ability to play point guard - a lot of times high school point guards are between 5-foot-8 and 6-feet, but me being 6-foot-3, 6-foot-4 being able to play that point guard position, that's something they liked as well."

Tompkins hasn't just been fielding calls, he's been busy visiting college campuses. He's made visits

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