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September 2, 2011

Visits kick into high gear for Labor Day weekend

College football is officially here. That also means that it's college basketball campus visit season. Not surprisingly, the weekend features plenty of visitors although the biggest groups appear to be headed to Big 12 country.

In Columbia, Mo., Frank Haith and the Missouri Tigers will host a mixed group of high schoolers and junior college prospects from Kansas City to Chicago and all points in between. Meanwhile, down in Norman, Okla., Lon Kruger and his staff will welcome several underclassmen onto their campus.

Arizona- Chris McCullough (2014) (8/30-8/31)
Arkansas- Jarnell Stokes
Baylor- Isaiah Austin, L.J. Rose
Boston College- Joe Rahon, Joseph McDonald
Bradley- Jared Brownridge (2013)
Clemson- Schuyler Rimmer (2013), Shelton Mitchell(2014)
Florida- Ioannis Papapetrou, Brannen Greene (2013), Chris Walker (2013)
Florida State- Montay Brandon
George Mason- Mike Hall
Georgetown- Kyle Anderson (Tuesday 9/6)
Georgia Tech- Marcus Hunt, Brandon Watkins (2013), Devin Mitchell (2014), Tim Rowe (2014) (all 9/1
Harvard- Joseph McDonald
Houston- Chicken Knowles, Danuel House
Iowa- Kyle Meyer
Iowa State- Negus Webster-Chan, Terrence Samuel (2013), Shamiek Sheppard (2013)
Kansas State- Clayton Custer (2014)
Maryland- Amile Jefferson, Jake Layman, Jerami Grant, Nate Britt
Massachusetts- Kavon Stewart (2013), Reggie Cameron (2013)
Marshall- Tamron Manning
Memphis- Musa Abdul-Aleem (juco)
Michigan- Mitch McGary, Keita Bates-Diop(2014), Amanze Egezeke (2014)
Missouri- Paul White (2014), Tony Criswell (juco), Stefan Jankovic, Frank Williams (juco), Broderick Newbill, Daylen Robinson (juco), Jordon Granger, Darius Austin (2014), Darreon Reddick (2014), Jaylon Tate (2013), Jarred Dixon (2015), Travis Jorgenson (2013)
Nebraska- Shavon Shields, Michael Orris
New Mexico- Nick Banyard
North Carolina- Mitch McGary (9/6-7), Nate Britt (2013), T.J. Warren (9/1)
N.C. State- Brice Johnson, T.J. Warren, Rodney Purvis, Josh Newkirk (2013)
Notre Dame- Austin Burgett, Demetrius Jackson (2013), Steve Vasturia (2013)
Oklahoma- Stevie Clark (2013), Kendal Harris (2013), Marcus Foster (2013), Shaquille Morris (2013), Jordan Woodard (2013), Allonzo Trier
Oklahoma State- James Woodard
Oregon State- Jarmal Reid
Pitt- Elijah Macon
Rutgers- Jerami Grant
San Diego State- Skylar Spencer
Saint John's- Kyle Anderson
Seton Hall- Kyle Anderson (9/1))
Stanford- Roso Allen(8/30-8/31)
Syracuse- Chris McCullough (2014)
Temple- Devontae Watson
Tennessee- Ryan Rosburg, Derek Reese. Elijah Staley
Texas A&M- Connor Lammert, Alex Caruso, J-Mychal Reese
The Citadel- Branford Jones
UNLV- Rosco Allen
Rutgers- Jerami Grant
Villanova- Chris McCulllough (2014), Conrad Chambers (2014) (9/1)
Virginia- Devon Hall (2014), Brandon Stith (2014), B.J. Stith (2014)
Virginia Tech- Melvin Johnson, Marshall Wood
Washington State- DeMarquise Johnson
West Virginia- Mike Young (2013), Maverick Morgan (2013)
Xavier- Kyle Washington (2013)


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