Perhaps the most storied recruitment process in high school basketball history will come to an end next week, just a few days before Christmas.
But which high-profile school will retain the rights of Jabari Parker for at least one season?
The 6-foot-8 Simeon star has narrowed his decision down to five schools -- Duke, BYU, Florida, Michigan State and Stanford -- and will announce his choice at 3 p.m. next Thursday, Dec. 20 at Simeon High School. CSNChicago has confirmed the date and time.
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Parker is the nation's No. 2 recruit for the Class of 2013 and his trophy case includes an All-American honor and the 2012 National Player of the Year.
CSNChicago has documented the last two years of Parker's tenure at Simeon in the popular DRIVE series.
Parker has made his rounds in the media earlier this year, including stops on CSN's Pat Boyle Podcast, Good Morning America and the cover of Sports Illustrated.
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His recruitment process has seen its fair share of creativity, too, from BYU's "Parker Style" remix to "Gangnam Style" to the Cameron Crazies at Duke spray-painting a large "Jabari, Welcome home" sign when the high schooler visited their campus.