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McFarland finished, Stinnett still working

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Travel team and high school teammates Andre McFarland and P'Allen Stinnett of Las Vegas, Nev., were both down to Iowa State and Idaho. One of them has ended his recruitment while the other has a couple other schools trying to get into the mix.
McFarland, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound small forward from Brewster Academy, committed to Idaho Sunday night.
"Andre feels like he will be able to be a difference maker early in his career," said Las Vegas Prospects head coach Anthony Brown. "There aren't a lot strong guys like Andre that can play a bunch of different positions."
According to Coach Brown, Stinnett, a 6-foot-3, 175-pound shooting guard who is the No. 96 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, is still sorting out his situation.
"They would like to play with each other, but the situation has to be right for P'Allen individually," said Brown. "P'Allen will visit Iowa State on the 20th, and there are a couple other schools that have popped up. A tentative visit with Seton Hall after he gets back from Iowa State is in the works. Oregon is also involved now."
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.
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.
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