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Saturday / January 28.
  • Official Visit Tracker: Where are top recruits headed this week?

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    By JACOB POLACHECK

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

    **AJ Johnson, the 6-foot-5, 170-pound point guard from Donda (CA) Academy, trips to Texas this weekend (Sept. 10) for his third official visit.

    Johnson already took an official visit to Arizona State (June 16). He also has plans to visit LSU (Sept. 17), NC State (Sept. 24) and Louisville (Oct. 21).

    **Andrej Stojakovic, the 6-foot-6, 185-pound small forward from Jesuit (CA), takes his third official visit to Texas this weekend (Sept. 9).

    Stojakovic has already taken officials to Stanford (June 1) and UCLA (June 14). He is also planning to visit Oregon later this month (Sept. 16).

    **Youssouf Singare, the 7-footer from Our Saviour Lutheran (N.Y.), is visiting UConn unofficially, as is 2023 commit Solo Ball, while Jaylin Stewart, the 6-foot-5, 180-pound small forward from Garfield (WA), and UConn commits Stephon Castle and Jayden Ross are all on officials.

    **Elmarko Jackson, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound point guard from South Kent (CT) School, will take his second official visit to Miami this weekend (Sept. 9).

    Jackson also took an official visit to Maryland earlier this year (June 12).

    **Isaiah Miranda, the 7-foot, 200-pound center from Southern California (CA) Academy, trips to Louisville this weekend (Sept. 9) for his fourth official visit.

    Miranda has previously taken official visits to Kentucky (Dec. 21, 2021), USC (Feb. 21) and Georgetown (June 10).

    **Wesley Yates, the 6-foot-4, 200-pound shooting guard from Beaumont (TX) United, takes his fourth official visit to LSU this weekend (Sept. 9).

    Yates has already taken official visits to Stanford (Oct. 29, 2021), Washington (Nov. 10, 2021) and Auburn (Jan. 29). He also has plans to visit Texas (Sept. 17).

    **Dennis Evans, the 7-foot-1, 210-pound center from Hillcrest (CA), will take his first official visit to TCU this weekend (Sept. 10).

    He also has a visit planned to Minnesota later this month (Sept. 29).

    **Kaden Cooper, the 6-foot-5, 180-pound small forward from The Skill Factory (GA), trips to LSU this weekend (Sept. 8-10) for his fourth official visit.

    Cooper has already taken official visits to Oklahoma (June 21), Gonzaga (June 24) and Kansas (Sept. 1-3). He has plans to visit Alabama (Sept. 22-24).

    **Curtis Williams Jr., the 6-foot-6, 205-pound small forward from Brother Rice (MI), trips to Providence this weekend (Sept. 9-11) for his second official visit.

    Williams, who is set to commit on Sept. 19, has already taken an official to Xavier (June 4) and has plans to visit Louisville (Sept. 16-18).

    **Silas Demary Jr., the 6-foot-5, 180-pound combo guard from Combine (NC) Academy, takes his fifth official visit to NC State this weekend (Sept. 9).

    Demary has already taken official visits to St. John’s (June 10), VCU (June 22), Tennessee (July 26) and USC (Sept. 3).

    **Jamari McDowell, the 6-foot-5, 180-pound combo guard from Manvel (TX), trips to Wake Forest this weekend (Sept. 9) for his fourth official visit.

    McDowell has previously taken official visits to Xavier (June 27), Texas A&M (July 28) and Kansas (August 26).

    **Dennis Parker, the 6-foot-7, 175-pound small forward from John Marshall (VA), takes his third official visit to NC State this weekend (Sept. 9).

    Parker has previously taken official visits to Georgetown (Aug. 26) and Oklahoma State (Sept. 3).

    **Jacob McFarland, the 6-foot-10, 205-pound center from Rancho Verde (CA), will take his second official visit to Georgia this weekend (Sept. 9).

    McFarland took his first official visit to Wyoming (Sept. 2) and has plans to visit Houston (Sept. 17).

    **Jaland Lowe, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound point guard from Fort Bend (TX) Marshall, trips to Pitt this weekend (Sept. 9-11) for his second official visit.

    Lowe took his first official visit to SMU (Sept. 2-4) and has plans to visit Memphis (Sept. 22).

    **Aaron Clark, the 6-foot-6, 182-pound shooting guard from St. Benedict’s (NJ) Prep, takes his first official visit to BYU this weekend (Sept. 9).

    **Darius Carr, the 6-foot-2, 165-pound combo guard from Cathedral (CA), will take his first official visit to Cal this weekend (Sept. 10).

    **Parker Friedrichsen, the 6-foot-4, 165-pound shooting guard from Bixby (OK), trips to Nebraska this weekend (Sept. 9) for an official visit.

    Friedrichsen has already taken official visits to Purdue (Oct. 2), Iowa (Oct. 17), Nebraska (Oct. 30), Oklahoma State (March 5), Notre Dame (Aug. 26), Davidson (June 19 and Aug. 30) and Rice (Sept. 2). He has an upcoming visit planned to Northwestern (Sept. 16).

    **Jazz Gardner, the 6-foot-10, 200-pound center from Los Altos (CA), takes his second official visit to Texas Tech this weekend (Sept. 10).

    Gardner took his first official visit to Dayton (June 27).

    **Justin McBride, the 6-foot-7, 210-pound power forward from Plano (TX), will take his third official visit to Arizona State this weekend (Sept. 9-11).

    McBride has already taken official visits to Missouri (Nov. 26, 2021) and Oklahoma State (Sept. 1-3). He has plans to visit Kansas State (Sept. 16-18).

    **Michael Nwoko, the 6-foot-10, 240-pound center from Prolific (CA) Prep, trips to Providence this weekend (Sept. 9) for his third official visit.

    Nwoko has previously taken official visits to Vanderbilt (June 22) and Northwestern (June 30) and has plans to visit Georgia Tech (Sept. 16) and Miami (Sept. 23).

    **Karris Bilal, the class of 2024 point guard from Riverwood (GA), trips to Vanderbilt this weekend (Sept. 9-11) for an official visit.

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