Las Vegas Prospects and Brewster Academy teammates P'Allen Stinnett and Andre McFarland have a Big 12 visit scheduled for the end of the month, but first they will visit an old coach out west.
According to Coach Anthony Brown Stinnett, a 6-foot-3, 175-pound wing, and McFarland, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound wing, will take in the Idaho, Idaho State football game this weekend.
"Our old coach with the Prospects DeMarlo Slocum is now an assistant at Idaho, so they are giving Idaho a close look," said Brown. "They will also visit Iowa State at the end of the month. Creighton has been making a late push, so they might squeeze in a visit there in between these two visits."
Creighton will have some catch up work to do with both prospects, since the Las Vegas Prospects' ties are quite strong with both Idaho and Iowa State.
Stinnett had formerly signed with Iowa State when Wayne Morgan was at the helm, and Craig Brackins, who is also a summer and high school teammate of Stinnett and McFarland, is committed to the Cyclones as a 2007 prospect.
P'Allen Stinnett scouting report:
Both a smooth and explosive athlete, Stinnett excels in the open court. he is tough to control once he picks up speed with the ball and is a terrific finisher at the rim. He is also a good one-on-one defender. Better at the difficult play than the simple play, his outside shooting and ball handling in the half court needs to improve. Strength development is pivotal for his progress.
Andre McFarland scouting report:
Well put together for a wing player, McFarland is developing into a very good three-point shooter. He also works hard on the defensive end and on the glass. He will use a year of prep school to improve his ball handling and passing skills.