Fastbreak Friday: Big weekend in the ACC

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The final weekend in September has been circled on the recruiting calendar for one ACC school for more than a month.
Two top-10 players are visiting the same school, while one Big East school played host to a number of big-time talents on Thursday.
Who is visiting where this weekend? Come inside this week's edition of Fastbreak Friday for the scoop.
Georgia Tech is looking to hit a grand slam this weekend with a pair of players ranked in the top 10. Top targets Derrick Favors of South Atlanta (Ga.) and Kenny Boynton of American Heritage (Fla.) will be on campus for their official visit.
Favors has been the Yellow Jackets' radar for four years. The top ranked center in the country is looking very hard at the local school as well as Georgia, where he has already visited officially.
Boynton will make a return trip to Georgia Tech. He's been on campus in the past for AAU events, but this will be the first time to dive deeper into the campus and the student life at the ACC school. He is close with Georgia Tech assistant coach Charlton Young, a Miami native who has spearheaded the recruitment with the five-star guard.
Also on campus for the weekend is Georgia Tech commitment Mfon Udofia. Georgia Tech currently boasts the No. 4 overall recruiting class in the nation.
Class of 2010 guard Tom Droney is slated for a trip through North Carolina. He will travel to Wake Forest and Davidson.
Class of 2011 star James McAdoo could very well be in Winston-Salem, too. The five-star big man stopped by North Carolina and Duke last weekend.
McAdoo's friend and Boo Williams teammate Travis McKie of Richmond, Va., will also be on Wake Forest's campus.
Torrington (Conn.) power forward Jordan Williams will start his official visit tour this weekend as he travels south to College Park to see the University of Maryland. The Terps have made him a top target and were present at many of Williams' summer games.
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West Jordan (Utah) shooting guard Rayes Gallegos committed to Nebraska last week. He will see Nebraska's campus for the first time this weekend. Not a bad weekend to get a good first impression. The Huskers play host to Virginia Tech for football and the weather is expected to be in the low 80s.
Junior college prospect Jemal Farmer of Concordia (Kansas) Cloud County C.C. and 2010 prospect Elliott Eliason of Chadron (Neb.) will be on campus, too.
Kansas State is bringing in 2009 commitments Wally Judge and Rodney McGruder both of Florida's Arlington Country Day. The D.C. natives will also get a chance to play recruiter with Texas point guard Nick Russell of Arlington Grace Prep. He will be in Manhattan to see K-State a little closer.
Baylor was one of the first high-major schools to get into the picture with Florida native Freddie Riley a year ago. The Hargrave (Va.) wing will reciprocate the interest with an official visit this weekend.
Avery Bradley will finally get a chance to see Texas. The recent Longhorn commitment will officially visit the Big 12 school this weekend.
Lance Stephenson, one of the elite players in the class of 2009, made another trip to St. John's. He visited on Thursday unofficially. The five-star guard has made no secrets about signing in the late period and has been a familiar face around campus this year. reported a host of others were on St. John's campus this weekend, too.
St. Anthony (N.J.) prospects Ashton Pankey, Devon Collier and Derrick Williams made it out to the Red Storm Tip-Off event that St. John's hosted.
Class of 2011 point guard Sterling Gibbs of Seton Hall Prep in Orange, N.J., Jayvaughn Pinkston and Brandon Frazier of Bishop Loughlin (N.Y.), Joel Wright of Thomas Jefferson (N.Y.) and others were on campus for unofficial visits.
New York guard Durand Scott of Rice High School will travel to Connecticut to make an unofficial visit this weekend. He's one of the top uncommitted guards in the nation.
Five-star guard Michael Snaer will visit Marquette this weekend. We mistakenly reported that the California native visited the Big East school last weekend.
Seton Hall welcomes Westchester Community College center Jarrid Famous for a visit. The Pirates have been a constant in the junior college prospect's recruitment. Famous also visited St. John's.
Indiana is bringing in Hargrave big man Chris Braswell for an official visit this weekend. He will be joined by friend and AAU teammate Maurice Creek, a 2009 IU commitment. Creek is also at Hargrave this season.
Also in Bloomington is Marquis Teague of Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike High School. Teague, a speedy 6-foot-1 point guard, is one of the elite players in the 2011 class.
Michigan is bringing in 2009 commitments Austin Morgan, who will be in town unofficially, and Darius Morris from California – who will be on his official visit. The charismatic Rivals150 prospects will certainly be working the crowd of visitors, too.
Most notably, they will probably be in Nate Lubick's ear. The class of 2010 forward from Southborough (Mass.) St. Mark's will make a return trip to Ann Arbor this weekend. Trey Zeigler, one of the best 2010 in-state prospects, continues his aggressive visit tour. The Mount Pleasant wing was on Michigan State's campus last week.
Will Regan, a 2010 forward from The Nichols School in Buffalo, N.Y., will continue his aggressive visit tour. This weekend he will be on Penn State's campus.
Iowa will welcome commitments Eric May (2009) and Chanse Creekmur (2010) in town for a visit.
Chad Calcaterra, a 6-foot-10 forward from Cloquet (Minn.) High, and Cody Larson, a 6-foot-7 forward from Sioux Falls (S.D.) Roosevelt, both 2010 forwards, will visit unofficially.
Donivine Stewart, a 5-foot-11 point guard from Bartonville (Ill.) Limestone Community, and Hayden Hoerdemann, a guard from Bloomington Central Catholic are also in town.
Matt Vogrich of Lake Forest (Ill.) will make the trek west to see Stanford up close and personal.
Anthony Stover of Windward Academy in Los Angeles will make the quick trip over to see UCLA.
Oregon State's campus was the center of the college football world on Thursday night thanks to the Beavers' win over No. 1 Southern Cal. Class of 2010 in-state prospects Stephen Holt of Portland (Ore.) Jesuit and Garrett Jackson of Portland (Ore.) Westview were on campus for the game.
It will be a blackout in Athens, Ga., on Saturday night as the Bulldogs play host to Alabama in a pairing of two of the top-10 college football teams in the nation. Georgia basketball is taking advantage by bringing in some of the top in-state players.
Class of 2011 standouts Dai-Jon Parker, Shannon Scott and Julian Royal, of all Alpharetta (Ga.) Milton, will be in town. They might even be wearing black, too. Harris County (Ga.) big man LaMichael Fanning will also be on campus for the festivities. He is a talented two-sport star.
Florida has been working Jacksonville (Fla.) Paxon School forward Patric Young for quite some time, and the Rivals150 prospect will be in Gainesville again. Young is a top priority in 2010 for the Gators.
Fellow Jacksonville native David Williams, a 2010 wing prospect from First Coast High School, could very well be in town to see Florida, too.
Kentucky is hosting Allen Payne, a 2010 forward from Cincinnati (Ohio) Winton Woods, for an unofficial visit.
Santa Clara has made great inroads in Minnesota and will show its strength this weekend as top-100 wing Rodney Williams of Robbinsdale Cooper Sr. will be in town on an official visit. Raymond Cowles, a Santa Clara commitment and Minnesota native, will also be in town. Rounding out the trio of visitors for Santa Clara is Nate Hutcheson of Linn Mar High School in Iowa. The 6-foot-6 wing is one of the top sleepers in the Midwest.
Brandon Davies, an under the radar power forward from Provo (Utah) High School, will visit Gonzaga.
Staten Island (N.Y.) St. Peters forward OD Anosike will be in Philadelphia this weekend to see Temple's campus.
Utah is bringing in big man Matt Read from Collin County Community College in Texas.
Class of 2010 forward J.D. Weatherspoon will visit Dayton.
Tim Frazier of Houston (Texas) Strake Jesuit, one of the better mid-major point guard prospects in the country, is traveling north to see TCU.
Fellow Houstonian Blake Jolivette of St. Thomas High School is visiting Holy Cross.
Chicago (Ill.) Payton College Prep wing Chris Eversley will travel to Houston to see Rice.
Kelly Lawson of Pearland (Texas) and Cory Remekun of Mesquite (Texas) will visit Missouri State.
Jordan Dressler, a 6-foot-8 forward from Columbia (Mo.) Rock Bridge, Luke Hancock, a 6-foot-6 forward from Fremont (Calif.) Ohlone C.C., Tim Harris, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard from San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian and Kauri Black are all visiting Toledo.
Devon McBride, a 6-foot-2 guard from Hutchison (Kansas) Community College, is visiting Arkansas-Little Rock.
Lancaster (Calif.) Antelope Valley C.C. forward Jerome Moton will visit Detroit.
Josh Sparks of Savannah (Ga.) Christian will visit Jacksonville.
Jeff Budinich, a 6-foot-10 big man from Kent (Wash.) Kentlake will head to Eastern Washington for an official visit.
Reno (Nev.) point guard Austin Morgan is visiting UC Santa Barbara this weekend.