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Important weekend visitors in Southeast

The fall visit tour continues this weekend and there will certainly be some celebration in Raleigh on the heels of Rodney Purvis' commitment to N.C. State.
This weekend, the five-star Purvis will be joined by fellow five-stars T.J. Warren and D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera. Smith-Rivera is making his second visit in the past few weeks. Others on hand are 2012 commit Tyler Lewis and 2013 Rivals150 members Stanford Robinson and Josh Hart.
Former stars such as David Lee and Joakim Noah are among those who are expected back in The Swamp this weekend for the Florida Gators. No doubt Billy Donovan will be looking to use the success they enjoyed in order to sell five-stars Jarnell Stokes and Alex Poythress, along with high four-star Brice Johnson. The guy who will be hoping to deliver the ball to one of those big guys, commitment Braxton Ogbueze, will be on hand as well.
In the Midwest, Purdue hosts unquestionably its top recruiting target in five-star shooting guard Gary Harris. The Boilermakers will have most of their 2012 and 2013 commitments on hand to help with trying to sway him and 2014 five-star shooting guard Jaquan Lyle.
The following is a list of more of this weekend's expected visitors:
Arizona- Aaron Gordon
Baylor- JaKarr Sampson
Boston- George Funtarov
Boston College- Chris Reyes
Chattanooga- Farad Cobb
Florida- Brice Johnson, Alex Poythress, Braxton Ogbueze, Jarnell Stokes
Florida Atlantic- Chris Bryant
Indiana- Derek Willis (2013), Byron Zeigler (2013)
Massachusetts- Anthlon Bell
Missouri State- Gavin Thurman
N.C. State- Rodney Purvis, Tyler Lewis, D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, T.J. Warren, Stanford Robinson (2013), Josh Hart (2013), Tyrek Coger (2013)
Ohio State- Amile Jefferson, Jahlil Okafor (2014), Jalen Coleman (2015)
Oklahoma- Jelon Hornbeak
Pepperdine- Tanner Samson
Purdue- Gary Harris, Ronnie Johnson, Kendall Stephens, Basil Smotherman (2013), Jaquan Lyle (2014), Jordan Ash (2015)
Pepperdine- Tanner Samson
Richmond- Terry Henderson
Rutgers- Rysheed Jordan (2013, 9/29)
Stanford- Grant Verhoeven
UCLA- Tony Parker
Utah- Adonis Filer, Ben Carter
Vanderbilt- Prince Ibeh
Washington State- Richard Peters
West Virginia- Andrew White, Eron Harris
Western Carolina- Torrion Brummit