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Predictions: Where will the 2017 four-stars land? (Part I)

John Petty (Nike/Jon Lopez @NikeEYB)

Over half of the 2017 Rivals150 have made their college choices. After assessing where the remaining five-star prospects stood last week, we now take a look at the top remaining four-star prospects, their recruitment and where our team of National Analyst Eric Bossi, Krysten Peek, Dan McDonald and Russ Wood could see them playing in college.

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For most of his recruitment, most of the attention on Petty has been between Kentucky and Alabama. He’s only officially visited the Tide at this point.

John Petty Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Alabama

Alabama

Kentucky

Alabama

A rugged point guard with size, Scruggs has moved from Indiana to California for his senior season. The move shouldn’t have any impact on his decision. Indiana has been trying hard to keep him home but he looks to be trending towards Xavier.

Paul Scruggs Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Xavier

Xavier

Xavier

Xavier

For the longest time, Coleman was considered to be a near lock to end up at Texas. A late Duke offer lured him to Durham for an official visit and he’s planning to see the Longhorns, Kansas, Syracuse and Stanford.

Matt Coleman
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Texas

Duke

Texas

Texas

For over a year now, Riley has maintained that UCLA is his leader. But, he hasn’t yet pulled the trigger on a commitment. He recently visited USC and has plans to visit Kansas as well.

Cody Riley Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

UCLA

UCLA

UCLA

UCLA

The clever scorer and playmaker is in the middle of an official visit binge. He has already been to Georgetown and Kentucky and will see Indiana this weekend before tripping to Kansas next weekend.

Tremont Waters Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana

Indiana

Home state Florida remains in the mix for the aggressive wing scorer, but most likely this one is coming down to either Kansas or Wake Forest. He’s seen the Jayhawks officially and has a trip to Wake Forest set for next weekend.

Chaundee Brown Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Kansas

Kansas

Wake Forest

Wake Forest

A big-time scorer who can play either on or off the ball, Wigginton took his first official visit last weekend when he saw Oregon. This weekend, he’ll be in Ames to visit Iowa State.

Lindell Wiggington Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Oregon

Oregon

Oregon

Iowa State

A big wing scorer, Tucker moved from New York to Atlanta for his senior year. He’s down to a final list of eight, but Syracuse looks to be building up some momentum.

Jordan Tucker Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Syracuse

Syracuse

Syracuse

Syracuse

Formerly committed to Washington, Davis kicks off five-straight weekends of official visits with a trip to Oregon this week. After that, he’ll see Stanford, Gonzaga, Washington and Arizona in that order.

Daejon Davis Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

Arizona

Oregon

Oregon

Washington

A smooth wing player who finds ways to get to the rim, Lawrence is down to a final four of Arizona State, Pittsburgh, Texas and USC.

Kimani Lawrence Predictions
Bossi McDonald Wood Peek

USC

USC

Pittsburgh

Arizona State