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Wednesday / November 20.
  • Kentucky coach John Calipari and Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton will be front and center Sunday to watch star prospect Andrew Wiggins, Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford told SNY.tv.

    North Carolina is also expected to be there Sunday, the first day coaches can watch high school players, but Fulford said he wasn’t sure if Roy Williams was coming or not.

    The Louisville Courier-Journal first reported the visits for Wiggins.

    At this point, those are the only three schools seriously involved with the 6-foot-7 Wiggins, who may or may not reclassify to 2013 from 2014.

    Northwest Florida State College point guard Chris Jones has cut his list to Louisville, Baylor, Florida State, Kansas, Memphis and Oklahoma State.

    The 5-foot-10 Jones out of Memphis Melrose High will visit Oklahoma State this weekend.

    As reported by the Louisville Courier-Journal, he will also visit Louisville (Sept. 14), Florida State (Sept. 21) and Kansas (Oct. 12). He has already visited Baylor.

    Julius Randle will visit Kentucky Sept. 15, his AAU coach, Scott Pospichal confirmed to SNY.tv on Wednesday.

    “He’s got two visits set up so far, Kentucky and Florida [Oct. 5],” Pospichal said by phone.

    The Sept. 15 Kentucky visit, first reported by Scout.com, will occur when the Wildcats play their NBA alumni in a charity game.

    “Kentucky’s all over him. I mean, why not?”  Pospichal said.

    “I mean, come on. Of course it’s appealing. If you’re making a business decision, you really have to pay attention to them.”