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Wednesday / January 26.
  • Recruiting Roundup: Weekend Visits and Tidbits

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    By JACOB POLACHECK

    Here’s a look towards this weekend’s recruiting visits and other news. This list will be updated throughout the weekend.

    **Zion Williamson, the 6-foot-6 small forward from Spartanburg Day (SC) School, trips to Duke this weekend (Oct. 20) for his third official visit. Williamson took his first official visit to Kansas last month (Sept. 30) for “Late Night in the Phog” before taking his second official visit to Kentucky last weekend (Oct. 13) for “Big Blue Madness”. Williamson also has an official visit to UCLA planned for later this month (Oct. 27).

    **Darius Garland, the 6-foot-1 point guard from Brentwood (TN) Academy, will take his third official visit to Indiana this weekend (Oct. 20). Garland, who is focusing on four schools, has taken official visits to Vanderbilt (Sept. 23) and Kentucky for “Big Blue Madness” (Oct. 13). He also has an official visit planned to UCLA later this month (Oct. 28).

    **Romeo Langford, the 6-foot-5 shooting guard from New Albany (IN) Senior High School, will also be visiting Indiana this weekend (Oct. 21) for an official visit after it had previously been an unofficial. Langford, who will cut his list to three next month, has taken official visits to Vanderbilt (Sept. 22), UCLA (Sept. 29), and North Carolina (Oct. 13). He also has an official visit to Kansas planned for later this month (Oct. 27).

    **Moses Brown, the 7-foot center from Archbishop Molloy (NY) High School, trips to Florida State this weekend for his third official visit. Brown has taken an official visit to Maryland (Sept. 28) and will visit UCLA for an official later this month (Oct. 27). He also took an official visit to Louisville (Sept. 2), but is no longer considering the Cardinals.

    **Arizona hosts 2019 Josh Green and 2020’s Nico Mannion and Jason Harris this weekend (Oct. 21) for an unofficial visit to see their Red and Blue game.

    **Matthew Hurt, the 2019 power forward from John Marshall (MN) Senior High School, will take unofficial visits this weekend to Duke (Oct. 20) and North Carolina (Oct. 21).

    **Jordan Brown, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Prolific (CA) Prep, trips to UCLA this weekend (Oct. 20). Brown, who is down to seven schools, took his first official visit to St. John’s last weekend (Oct. 13) for their Red Storm Tip-Off. Although he has no other visits planned, he is also considering California, Gonzaga, Louisiana Lafayette, Nevada, and Oregon.

    **Quentin Grimes, the 6-foot-4 point guard from the Woodlands College Park (TX) High School, takes his fourth official visit to Marquette this weekend (Oct. 20). Grimes, who cut his list to four last month, has taken official visits to Texas (Sept. 22), Kentucky (Sept. 29), and Kansas (Oct. 13). He spoke with ZAGSBLOG earlier this month about his visit to Kentucky.

    **Tyger Campbell, the 6-foot point guard from La Lumiere (IN) School, will take his first official visit to Purdue this weekend (Oct. 21). Campbell will be taking his first visit since de-committing from DePaul last month (Sept. 2).

    **Talen Horton-Tucker, the 6-foot-5 small forward from Simeon (IL) Career Academy, trips to Illinois this weekend (Oct. 20) for his fourth official visit. Horton-Tucker, who named his final seven last month, has taken official visits to Xavier (Sept. 22),  Georgia Tech (Oct. 6), and Iowa State (Oct. 13).

    **Jared Rhoden, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard from Our Saviour Lutheran (NY) School, takes his fourth official visit to Penn State this weekend (Oct. 20). Rhoden, who named his final five last month, has taken official visits to Saint Louis (Sept. 29), Wichita State (Oct. 6), and Seton Hall (Oct. 13). He is also considering Santa Clara.

    **Reggie Chaney, the 6-foot-7 power forward from Findlay (NV) Prep, will take his fourth and final official visit to TCU this weekend (Oct. 20). Chaney has also taken official visits to Arkansas (Sept. 15), Texas A&M (Sept. 29), and Wichita State (Oct. 13).

    **Chance Moore, the 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Fern Creek (KY) High School, took his second official visit to Wichita State this week (Oct. 17). Moore took his first official visit to Butler last month (Sept. 29).

    **Khalid Moore, the 6-foot-6 small forward from Archbishop Molloy (NY) High School, trips to Georgia Tech this weekend (Oct. 22) for his first official visit.

    **Nevada hosts 2018 recruits Greg Williams Jr. and Vincent Lee for official visits. Williams, the 6-foot-3 shooting guard from Lafayette (LA) Christian Academy, has not taken any official visits yet. Lee, the 6-foot-7 power forward from Midlothian (TX) High School, is has not taken any official visits yet, but took unofficial visits to Georgetown (Aug. 5) and Virginia Tech (Aug. 6) earlier this year.

    **Jon Kabongo, the 6-foot-3 point guard from Putnam Science (CT), takes his first official visit to Virginia Tech this weekend (Oct. 20). He has no other visits planned.

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