The mad dash to scoop up any available point guards picked up over the past 24 hours.
Michigan, Texas A&M and Wake Forest each added a three-star 2012 point guard as Michigan and Wake went the high school route adding Spike Albrecht and Madison Jones respectively. The Aggies tapped into the junior college ranks by scoring a commitment from Fabyon Harris.
With little to choose from, landing Albrecht became even more important for the Wolverines this week when Trey Burke entered the draft. Already in need of a point guard who could spot Burke 5-10 minutes a night next season, his departure left Michigan without one.
In Albrecht, Michigan landed a floor general with savvy, a feel for passing and the ability to knock down a jumper. A native of Crown Point (Ind.), Albrecht was strong during a prep school year at Northfield (Mass.) Mount Hermon.
By adding Jones, Wake Forest now has a seven man recruiting class. Smooth and confident with the ball, Jones has good quickness and is a creator off the dribble. He joins a class that already includes four-star Codi Miller-McIntyre and three-stars Arnaud Adala Moto, Tyler Cavanaugh, Andre Washington, Aaron Rountree, and Devin Thomas.
Finally, Billy Kennedy and his staff targeted Harris early and their efforts paid off. A native of Chicago who originally signed with Houston before ending up at Twin Falls (Idaho) College of Southern Idaho. At CSI, Harris emerged as one of the top point guards in the junior college ranks and is a tough scorer who plays fearlessly despite a slender frame.