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He's the best player in the country, he has completed visits to BaylorClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link. and KentuckyClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link., and yet still things are pretty quiet on the Jahlil OkaforClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link. front. However, when you factor in that others such as DukeClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link., KansasClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link. and Michigan StateClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link. are heavily involved and that he's long been looked at as part of a potential package deal with five-star point guard Tyus JonesClick The early signing period is merely a month and a half or so away, and college coaches have been spending most of the last three weeks on the road watching players work out and conducting in-home visits. With the official visit season in full swing on top of everything else there's no shortage of whispers and talk about the potential destinations of top players such as Jahlil Okafor and many others. Today, we compile some of the latest buzz on many of the top unsigned players.Here to view this Link., there is going to be some buzz.
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Another big man from the Windy City generating plenty of buzz is the nation's No. 4 player Cliff AlexanderClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link.. Earlier this week, the beastly 6-foot-9 power forward tweeted that he is down to a final six of ArizonaClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link., DePaulClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link., IllinoisClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link., KansasClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link., MemphisClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link. and Michigan StateClick It is well known that Okafor isn't a fan of rumors about his recruitment, so consider this more a look at the word that is floating around on the street. Okafor's good friend, and the No. 5 player overall, Jones is considered by pretty much everybody to be a lean to Coach K and the Blue Devils so if a package deal is to happen, it's most likely to happen in Durham. Of late, Kansas and Michigan State have been getting mentioned more and more and there are many who believe that the Jayhawks may be emerging as the team to beat for Okafor. Okafor and Jones will play at USA Basketball together in two weekends and have visits to Kansas and Duke together.Here to view this Link.. So far, he's visited the Blue Demons and Wildcats officially and he still has October OV's scheduled for the Jayhawks, Tigers and Illini.
Like Okafor, Alexander has always denied any rumors that he is leaning one way or another while maintaining that he is wide open. However, when you are a top five player speculation is going to be unavoidable. For now, the buzz has had Kansas and Illinois getting the most run.
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Two high end four-stars should be wrapping up the official visit process this weekend. No. 29 Kameron ChatmanClick Devin RobinsonClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. took an official visit to Notre DameClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. over the weekend and the weekend before that he was at Oklahoma StateClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link.. Other than knowing that information and that still has visits coming to FloridaClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link., UConn and Indiana, things are pretty unclear with the No. 20 player in the country. In fact, sources close to the situation indicated that Robinson's high school requested that schools refrain from coming in to see him this week so that he and his family could have some time and space to clear their heads and take a look at what's next in the process. The Hoosiers have been most often mentioned as a possible leader for Robinson, but there is not a lot of concrete information floating around on him.Here to view this Link. visits Arizona while No. 32 Goodluck OkonobohClick Devin RobinsonClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. took an official visit to Notre DameClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. over the weekend and the weekend before that he was at Oklahoma StateClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link.. Other than knowing that information and that still has visits coming to FloridaClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link., UConn and Indiana, things are pretty unclear with the No. 20 player in the country. In fact, sources close to the situation indicated that Robinson's high school requested that schools refrain from coming in to see him this week so that he and his family could have some time and space to clear their heads and take a look at what's next in the process. The Hoosiers have been most often mentioned as a possible leader for Robinson, but there is not a lot of concrete information floating around on him.Here to view this Link. will check out both Ohio StateClick Devin RobinsonClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. took an official visit to Notre DameClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. over the weekend and the weekend before that he was at Oklahoma StateClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link.. Other than knowing that information and that still has visits coming to FloridaClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link., UConn and Indiana, things are pretty unclear with the No. 20 player in the country. In fact, sources close to the situation indicated that Robinson's high school requested that schools refrain from coming in to see him this week so that he and his family could have some time and space to clear their heads and take a look at what's next in the process. The Hoosiers have been most often mentioned as a possible leader for Robinson, but there is not a lot of concrete information floating around on him.Here to view this Link. and UNLVClick Devin RobinsonClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. took an official visit to Notre DameClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link. over the weekend and the weekend before that he was at Oklahoma StateClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link.. Other than knowing that information and that still has visits coming to FloridaClick The father of No. 12 Kelly OubreClick Also announcing a new list earlier this week was No. 8 player in the country, Trey LylesClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.. The five-star power forward from Indianapolis (Ind.) Arsenal Tech announced that he is down to the last two national champions, Louisville and Kentucky. Lyles has already been to Louisville for a visit and will see UK officially for their Big Blue Madness event the weekend of October 18th. Louisville is still working Lyles hard and would be eager to land him. But, all signs with Lyles are currently pointing in the direction of Lexington and John CalipariClick Also coming into play is the potential package deal with recent Louisville de-commitment JaQuan Lyle. Both Alexander and Lyle have expressed publicly that they would like to play together if at all possible. Memphis will bring the duo in for a visit at the same time on the weekend of October 18th and Lyle took an unofficial visit to Connecticut over the weekend.Here to view this Link.'s Wildcats are considered the favorites as we come down the home stretch.Here to view this Link. acknowledged recently in an interview with Corey Albertson of CatsIlustrated.com what was becoming increasingly apparent. The 6-foot-7 scorer has Kansas and Kentucky in the lead. Others are mentioned, but right now it would be a big surprise for Oubre to pick a school located in a city other than Lawrence or Lexington. Kansas gets their crack at him on the first weekend of October when he visits for Late Night in the Phog while Kentucky will have him at their Big Blue Madness event. From the looks of it, whoever wins the visit battle is most likely to win the recruitment for Oubre.Here to view this Link., UConn and Indiana, things are pretty unclear with the No. 20 player in the country. In fact, sources close to the situation indicated that Robinson's high school requested that schools refrain from coming in to see him this week so that he and his family could have some time and space to clear their heads and take a look at what's next in the process. The Hoosiers have been most often mentioned as a possible leader for Robinson, but there is not a lot of concrete information floating around on him.Here to view this Link..
Sean Miller and the Wildcats have been the rumored frontrunners for Chatman who has also visited USC, Michigan and Oregon and this could be the weekend that they cement things with the talented wing playmaker. However, Chatman's father Canaan told Rivals.com on Wednesday that they still have in home visits to conduct and that there is no set timetable for making a decision.
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A pair of summer teammates look to be closing in on decisions as Chinanu OnuakuClick The nation's No. 61 player Lourawls NairnClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. will announce his decision on Thursday morning. The fast and tough point guard from Bel Aire (Kan.) Sunrise Christian has visited Indiana, Michigan State, MinnesotaClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. and OklahomaClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. officially. Leaks from his camp have been few and far between but headed into decision day most of the talk around the recruiting campfire has been centering around the teams headed by Tom IzzoClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. and Tom CreanClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. while some continue to plug OU due to their long standing relationship with the native of the Bahamas.Here to view this Link. and Donte GranthamClick The nation's No. 61 player Lourawls NairnClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. will announce his decision on Thursday morning. The fast and tough point guard from Bel Aire (Kan.) Sunrise Christian has visited Indiana, Michigan State, MinnesotaClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. and OklahomaClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. officially. Leaks from his camp have been few and far between but headed into decision day most of the talk around the recruiting campfire has been centering around the teams headed by Tom IzzoClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. and Tom CreanClick A shot blocking big man, Okonoboh has been linked most prominently to Indiana (where he visited a few weeks ago) and the Running Rebels. Ohio State, though, has a big man friendly system and will certainly do their best to try and make the decision more difficult for the New Englander. Okonoboh hasn't announced a set a timetable but the feeling is that he will have a decision relatively soon after his weekend visits.Here to view this Link. while some continue to plug OU due to their long standing relationship with the native of the Bahamas.Here to view this Link. of the DC Assault both sound as if they could decide at any time.
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Since the summer, San Diego StateClick The No. 65 player in the country, Onuaku is pretty much down to Louisville and Miami. Both have received official visits and a decision should be coming very soon with the Cardinals looking like they have the edge. The No. 66 player in the country, Grantham has visited Michigan, Cincinnati and Clemson. The Bearcats recently landed a similar player in Rivals150 forward Gary Clark and as Grantham nears a decision, Michigan and Clemson are generating the most buzz and the Wolverines look to be the likely favorite.Here to view this Link. has been considered by many to be the leader for No. 73 Zylan CheathamClick The No. 65 player in the country, Onuaku is pretty much down to Louisville and Miami. Both have received official visits and a decision should be coming very soon with the Cardinals looking like they have the edge. The No. 66 player in the country, Grantham has visited Michigan, Cincinnati and Clemson. The Bearcats recently landed a similar player in Rivals150 forward Gary Clark and as Grantham nears a decision, Michigan and Clemson are generating the most buzz and the Wolverines look to be the likely favorite.Here to view this Link.. However, the Aztecs are facing mounting competition from WashingtonClick The No. 65 player in the country, Onuaku is pretty much down to Louisville and Miami. Both have received official visits and a decision should be coming very soon with the Cardinals looking like they have the edge. The No. 66 player in the country, Grantham has visited Michigan, Cincinnati and Clemson. The Bearcats recently landed a similar player in Rivals150 forward Gary Clark and as Grantham nears a decision, Michigan and Clemson are generating the most buzz and the Wolverines look to be the likely favorite.Here to view this Link. and also New MexicoClick The No. 65 player in the country, Onuaku is pretty much down to Louisville and Miami. Both have received official visits and a decision should be coming very soon with the Cardinals looking like they have the edge. The No. 66 player in the country, Grantham has visited Michigan, Cincinnati and Clemson. The Bearcats recently landed a similar player in Rivals150 forward Gary Clark and as Grantham nears a decision, Michigan and Clemson are generating the most buzz and the Wolverines look to be the likely favorite.Here to view this Link.. Cheatham heads to Seattle this weekend and fits Lorenzo RomarClick The No. 65 player in the country, Onuaku is pretty much down to Louisville and Miami. Both have received official visits and a decision should be coming very soon with the Cardinals looking like they have the edge. The No. 66 player in the country, Grantham has visited Michigan, Cincinnati and Clemson. The Bearcats recently landed a similar player in Rivals150 forward Gary Clark and as Grantham nears a decision, Michigan and Clemson are generating the most buzz and the Wolverines look to be the likely favorite.Here to view this Link.'s preferred style of athletic/tough wing who can play some combo forward. Under Noodles Neal, the Lobos have also made a push and will get their visit in October. The Aztecs likely enter this last round of visits as the team to beat for Cheatham, but he isn't at lock status.
Speaking of SDSU, all signs point to them still being the team to beat for Rivals150 shooting guard Trey Kell.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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