Six schools are still in the running for four-star prospect Rickey Scott of Irving (Texas) Macarthur School, but two schools have placed themselves at the top of the 6-foot-2, 195-pound shooting guard's list.
Arkansas and Missouri are the frontrunners to land Scott according to his travel team coach Jason Ross of Full Court Athletes.
Mizzouri will conduct an in-home visit on September 15 and set an official visit date at that point.
Arkansas has an official visit already scheduled for September 19.
A week prior to that visit, Scott will visit Texas Tech. Baylor is on the docket for his last visit if it gets to that point.
"If Rickey sees something he likes during this process, he will definitely jump on it," said Ross. "He is fully qualified and has everything taken care of. Now he just needs to choose a school."
Kansas State has recently jumped into the mix, and SMU is the remaining school in play for Scott.
Last weekend Scott attended the Marquette elite camp, but with five-star guard Vander Blue being the prime recruiting target for the Golden Eagles, Scott has dropped Marquette from his list.
Rickey Scott scouting report:
A strong athlete, Scott can move between the both the point guard and shooting guard positions. Not necessarily a shifty ball handler, Scott is strong with the ball and a good decision maker. His primary method of scoring is off the pull up jumper. On the other side of the ball, he is a lockdown defender on any perimeter position and is a proficient rebounder.