I currently have 1 Ivy basketball offer and 1 other d1 scholarship offer entering my senior year of high school. Many other Ivy and other d1 schools have been recruiting me for over a year. I played very well during the July evaluation period while they were watching, and my AAU coach told me of several specific d1 coaches that came to him and told him they were very interested and excited about me as a player. Since my coach knows that my goal is to be an Ivy League player, he told me that I really helped myself with my goals with my play. After the evaluation period, however, none of these schools have called or otherwise expressed much serious interest (besides the schools that have offered).
I know I am talented enough to play in the Ivy League (rating of 86 on ESPN recruiting), and I have a great gpa and scored very well on my ACT so I know academically I am fit for Ivy schools.
Since I live in the midwest and attend a relatively small private school, should I expect the Ivy schools that were recruiting me to follow me and maintain interest during my high school season? Or should I try to be an early commitment to one of the schools that have already offered?
I want to commit early, but if there is a chance I will have more d1 and especially Ivy league offers after my season I want to keep my options open.
Any help anyone can give will be much appreciated. Thanks!