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Monday / August 10.
  • Recruiting Roundup: Weekend Visits and Tidbits

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    By JACOB POLACHECK & ADAM ZAGORIA

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

    **Cade Cunningham, the 6-foot-6 combo guard from Montverde Academy (FL), trips to North Carolina this weekend (Sept. 27) for his second official visit. Cunningham, who cut his list to five in August, took his first official visit to Oklahoma State (Sept. 6) and has visits planned to Florida (Oct. 4), Kentucky (Oct. 11) and Washington (Oct. 18).

    **Jalen Green, the 6-foot-5 combo guard from Prolific Prep (CA), will visit Auburn this weekend (Sept. 27). Green, who plans to commit on December 25, has visited Oregon (Sept. 13) and plans to visit Memphis (Oct. 3).

    **Ziaire Williams, the 6-foot-7 small forward from Sierra Canyon (CA), takes his second official visit to North Carolina this weekend (Sept. 27). Williams, who cut his list to seven in August, took his first official visit to USC (Aug. 31). He is also considering Arizona, Duke, Oregon, Stanford and UCLA.

    **Greg Brown, the 6-foot-9 power forward from Vandegrift (TX), will visit North Carolina for an unofficial visit this weekend (Sept. 27). Brown, who cut his list to five in August, took his first official visit to Texas (Sept. 6). He also has official visits planned to Auburn (Nov. 29), Memphis (Jan. 3) and Kentucky (Jan. 10).

    **Scottie Barnes, the 6-foot-8 small forward from Montverde Academy (FL), trips to Florida State this weekend (Sept. 27) after visiting Oregon (Sept. 13). He also has visits planned to Ohio State (Oct. 4) and Miami (Oct. 18).

    **Isaiah Todd, the 6-foot-10 power forward from Word of God (NC) Christian Academy, takes his third official visit to Michigan this weekend (Sept. 27). Todd, who cut his list to five in August, is also considering Kansas, Kentucky, Memphis and North Carolina.

    **Bryce Thompson, the 6-foot-5 combo guard from Booker T. Washington (OK), will take his fifth official visit to Oklahoma State this weekend (Sept. 28). Thompson, who cut his list to seven last month, has taken official visits to Colorado (Sept. 14, 2018), Texas A&M (Oct. 5), Arkansas (Oct. 19), Michigan State (May 9), Oklahoma (May 14), Texas (Aug. 30) and North Carolina (Sept. 7). He will also be in attendance for Kansas’ ‘Late Night in the Phog’ on October 4.

    **Nimari Burnett, the 6-foot-3 combo guard from Prolific Prep (CA), takes his third official visit to Alabama this weekend (Sept. 27-29). Burnett, who is down to four schools, taken an official visit to Michigan (Sept. 5-8). He also has official visits planned to Texas Tech (Oct. 18-20) and Oregon (Oct. 26).

    **Isaiah Jackson, the 6-foot-9 power forward from Waterford Mott (MI), will take his second official visit to Syracuse this weekend (Sept. 27). Jackson took his first official visit to Kentucky (Aug. 31) and will take an official visit to Alabama next month (Oct. 25-27).

    **Earl Timberlake, the 6-foot-6 small forward from DeMatha Catholic (MD), takes his fourth official visit to Seton Hall this weekend (Sept. 27). Timberlake has taken official visits to Providence (Nov. 5), South Carolina (June 11) and Pittsburgh (Aug. 30). He also has an official visit planned to North Carolina (Oct. 11).

    Nebraska will host a number of recruits for their Midnight Madness this weekend (Sept. 27).

    **Nebraska will host 2020’s Tibet Gorener and Frank Anselem and 2021’s Jordan Nesbitt and Wilhelm Breidenbach for official visits this weekend. They will also host 2021 Hunter Sallis and 2022 Gradey Dick for unofficial visits.

    **Paolo Banchero, the 2021 power forward from O’Dea (WA), trips to North Carolina this weekend (Sept. 27-29) for his first official visit. Banchero will also take official visits to Kentucky (Oct. 11-13), Duke (Oct. 17-20), Tennessee (Oct. 25-27) and Gonzaga (Jan. 18-19).

    **Posh Alexander, the 6-foot-3 Our Savior Lutheran point guard who has committed to St. John’s, will visit his future school, as will his teammate Dylan Wusu, an uncommitted 6-foot-4 shooting guard.

    **Dawson Garcia, the 6-foot-11 power forward from Prior Lake (MN), will take his third official visit to Minnesota this weekend (Sept. 27). Garcia, who cut his list to seven earlier this month, is also considering North Carolina, Kansas, Indiana, Marquette, Memphis, and Arizona.

    **Jaemyn Brakefield, the 6-foot-8 power forward from Huntington Prep (WV), takes his third official visit to Louisville this weekend (Sept. 27). Brakefield, who cut his list to ten last month, has taken official visits to Ole Miss (Sept. 14, 2018) and Auburn (Sept. 6). He also has official visits planned to Michigan (Oct. 4) and Ole Miss (Oct. 18).

    **Puff Johnson, the 6-foot-7 small forward from Hillcrest Prep (AZ), trips to Arizona this weekend (Sept. 27) for his first official visit. Johnson, who cut his list to seven last month, also has visits planned to Ohio State (Oct. 5) and North Carolina (Nov. 1).

    **Deivon Smith, the 5-foot-11 point guard from Grayson (GA), will take his fourth official visit to Miami this weekend (Sept. 28). Smith, who cut his list to ten last month, has taken official visits to NC State (Aug. 30), Louisville (Sept. 6) and Mississippi State (Sept. 20).

    **RJ Davis, the 5-foot-11 combo guard from Archbishop Stepinac (NJ), trips to Marquette this weekend (Sept. 28) for his third official visit. Davis has taken official visits to Georgetown (June 25) and Pittsburgh (Sept. 21). He will also take an official visit to North Carolina (Oct. 12).

    **Hassan Diara, the 6-foot-2 point guard from Putnam Science Academy (CT), takes his second official visit to Indiana this weekend (Sept. 27). Diarra took his first official visit to Georgia (Sept. 20). ).

    **Jamal Mashburn Jr., the 6-foot shooting guard from Brewster Academy (NH), takes his second official visit to California this weekend (Sept. 27). Mashburn took his first official visit to Minnesota (Oct. 5) and has a visit planned to Wake Forest (Oct. 25).

    **Jamari Sibley, the 6-foot-8 power forward from Oak Hill (VA) Academy, will take his second official visit to Iowa this weekend (Sept. 27). Sibley took his first official visit to Minnesota (Sept. 13) and will visit Georgetown next month (Oct. 4).

    **Lynn Greer III, the 2021 point guard from Roman Catholic (PA), trips to Temple this weekend (Sept. 27) for his second official visit. Greer took his first official visit to Louisville (Nov. 26).

    **Zion Harmon, the 2021 point guard from Marshall County (KY), takes an unofficial visit to Louisville this weekend (Sept. 27). He is also considering Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Murray State, Seton Hall and Western Kentucky.

    **Reece Brown, the 6-foot-8 small forward from The Loomis Chaffee (NY) School, takes an official visit to Rice this weekend (Sept. 27). Brown will also take an official visit to Wisconsin (Oct. 11).

    **Mekhi Gray, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Putnam Science Academy (CT), will visit Siena this weekend (Sept. 27-29) for his first official visit. He will also take official visits to NJIT (Oct. 5-7) and Fairfield (Oct. 12-14).

    **DJ Gordon, the 6-foot-5 shooting guard from First Love Christian Academy (PA), trips to Iowa this weekend (Sept. 27) for his second official visit. Gordon took his first official visit to Penn State (Sept. 13).

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