Jenirro Bush visiting Arkansas

If the weather doesn't cause problems, Arkansas will host 2007 prospect Jenirro Bush (6-7, 175) on an official visit and 2008 stars Willie Warren and Rotnei Clark on unofficials this weekend.

There's a pretty strong trip of prospects due in to watch Arkansas basketball team host LSU Saturday as long as the weather doesn't keep them home.

Combo guard Jenirro Bush (6-7, 175) of Crawford (Miss.) East Oktibbeha, a 2007 prospect is scheduled to be here on his official visit.

Bush, who can play the point, shooting guard and small forward similar to the way Ronnie Brewer did for Arkansas, has led his team to an 18-3 record headed into tonight's game and has averaged 30 points, 13 rebounds and 4 assists this season.

He had 30 points in East Oktibbeha's 100-58 win over West Oktibbeha on Tuesday night.

Also due in are the Team Texas AAU backcourt of Willie Warren (6-4, 180) of Fort Worth (Txas) North Crowley and Verdigris (Okla.) star Rotnei Clarke (5-11), who form one of the country's most explosive duos in the summer.

Warren is averaging over 24 points per game this season and is making his second unofficial visit to Arkansas since September.

Clarke - who some regard as the best pure shooter in the 2008 class - is once again averaging over 30 points this season and on pace to break the State of Oklahoma career scoring mark.

All three were invited to the Nike All-American Camp this summer although Clarke was unable to participate due to an injury.

Willie Warren

Rotnei Clarke

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