Considered the best player left in the 2003 class, Alexander Johnson, a multi-skilled forward from Bridgton Academy in Maine, is likely to visit Indiana University this weekend, according to head coach Whit Lesure.
Besides Indiana, Florida, Florida State, and Cincinnati are being considered. Apparently, Kentucky has backed away from the recruiting process.
Previously, Lesure thought that Georgia was going to be a major player in the recruiting process of Johnson. But with the scandal that has hit Athens, it's unlikely Georgia will be any factor now.
Johnson, who has the ability to hit a three-pointer and thump you with a dunk, is likely also to visit Cincinnati and Florida State. These visits are being set up.
Connecticut is also now being seriously considered by Johnson, who is still open in his recruiting process. Despite speculation swirling around Johnson, he has qualified academically and is eligible to play next season on the college level.