ESPN 100 shooting guard Rashad Vaughn recently made it public that he was looking to transfer from his hometown high school, Robbinsdale Cooper (Minn.), to a prep school.
On Tuesday, the nation’s No. 11 prospect in the 2014 class told ESPN.com that he has made his decision to attend national power Findlay Prep (Nev.).
The Pilots have one of the strongest teams in the country year in and year out and have won three National High School Invitational championships in the last five years. Last season, Findlay finished 35-1 and ranked No. 3 in the final ESPN 25 Power Rankings.
Vaughn, who is considering colleges such as North Carolina, Kentucky, Baylor, UCLA, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa State and Arizona, will be part of another loaded team at Findlay next season, joining ESPN 100 forwards Craig Victor and Kelly Oubre and gifted 2016 point guard Derryck Thornton.
Vaughn said the decision to leave Cooper was difficult, but he felt it was best for his future.