"We're waiting to hear back from the (NCAA) Clearinghouse to see if he's going to be qualified or not," said Eric Jaklitsch, an assistant coach at Our Savior New American and one of Suero's coaches with the New York Elite AAU team.
"Those are the schools that are actively recruiting him right now," said Jaklitsch.
Suero is not leaning any way, but Memphis could have a shot if he predicts academically. Memphis assistant Orlando Antigua started recruiting Suero when he was an assistant at Pittsburgh, soon after the player arrived at Our Savior in February 2007 from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
A slasher with good body control and the ability to get to the rack, Suero averaged 31 points per game as a senior at Our Savior.
"He's a wing guard who gets to the basket and scores," said Jaklitsch.