LeBron: Day Two Notebook

AKRON, Ohio -- Scout.com spoke to a handful of prospects participating in the LeBron James Skills Academy on Friday. Rondae Jefferson, Dakari Johnson and D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera were among the guys we talked to.

Johnson undecided on a high school

Dakari Johnson is on the move.

One of the best 2014 post prospects began his high school career at Elizabeth (N.J.) St. Patrick. But when Kevin Boyle left for Montverde (Fla.) Academy, it led to Johnson looking for a new school.

"I will make a decision in a few weeks," Johnson told Scout.com at the LeBron James Skills Academy. I'm just going to sit down with my family and we are going to make a decision.

Johnson didn't list any specific high schools. He did, however, list a number of college programs recruiting him.

Among the schools showing interest are Kentucky, Syracuse, Villanova, Georgetown, Xavier, Louisville and Ohio State.

Jefferson wants to play the point

Rondae Jefferson is an interesting prospect to evaluate.

A 6-foot-6 wing, Jefferson has a versatile game. He's a talented passer and is a guy that can really attack and get to the basket.

At the next level, Jefferson, of Chester (Pa.) wants to play on the ball.

"I'm working on my guard skills and just trying to get better," he told Scout.com.

According to Jefferson, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and North Carolina have told him that they would recruit him to play the point guard spot.

Jefferson claims scholarship offers from Rutgers, St. Joseph and Temple. Villanova, and Kentucky are also involved.

Position not a big deal for Smith-Rivera

One of the interesting topics at the LeBron James Skills Academy has been what position to list D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera at.

The 6-foot-2 guard that is headed to Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill next season, has played both positions in Akron and has had some success.

A true scorer, Smith-Rivera has shot it quite well and in the evening session on Thursday was able to get to the rim and finish.

"I would like to play point guard, but I don't have to," Smith-Rivera said at camp. "It's something I can handle. I can play both."

Smith-Rivera said his list consists of Georgetown, Texas, Baylor, Kansas State, UCLA, Michigan State, Kentucky, Louisville and Xavier.

*Willie Cauley listed Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Kansas State, Georgia, Miami, New Mexico and Texas Tech. He said Alabama, Florida and Oklahoma State are starting to stand out.

*Nerlens Noel opted to not give out a list of schools at LeBron. Although he acknowledged that Kentucky is recruiting, he didn't talk schools and said he would wait until after the summer to put out a list.

*Prince Ibeh , a 6-foot-10 post prospect from Texas, said Texas, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M and Baylor have done the best jobs recruiting him. He also cited interest from Maryland and Florida.

*T.J. Warren cited interest from Louisville, Georgetown, Florida, Kansas, North Carolina State and North Carolina. He's planning to begin taking visits once the July period comes to an end.

*Kennedy Meeks mentioned Georgetown, Maryland, North Carolina, Miami, North Florida, Winthrop, Xavier, Florida, Clemson, Wake Forest and USC. He's hoping to visit Georgetown and Maryland after July.

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