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Monday / April 22.

    After taking an unofficial visit to Kansas on Tuesday, 2018 Oak Hill (VA) Academy big man David McCormack spoke with D1Vision on Wednesday about how it went.

    “It’s a great environment. I really enjoyed myself there,” said McCormack. “They told me how they’re likely losing their top six guys. Billy [Preston] will be gone, Devonte [Graham] will be gone, so I’ll be able to play inside and out. They’ll be able to take advantage of what I can do.”

    McCormack told D1Vision that he has not set up any official visits yet but he plans to take at least some of them, as he said, “I’m definitely going to be taking officials but I haven’t set any and I don’t know how many I’m going to take.”

    Nassir Little, the 6-foot-7 small forward from Orlando Christian (FL) Prep, has now set official visits to all five of his remaining schools: Miami, Arizona, Duke, Georgia Tech, and North Carolina.

    Little has set visits to Georgia Tech (Aug. 25-27), North Carolina (Sept. 8-10), Miami (Sept. 15-16), Arizona (Oct. 20-22) and Duke (Nov. 10-12).

    According to 247Sports, Little is ranked as the No. 23 overall player in the Class of 2018 and the No. 5 player from the state of Florida.

    Playing with 1Family on the Adidas Gauntlett this summer, Little averaged 18 points per game.

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