Rose has a top two
L.J. Rose has a top two.
"With UCLA it's their great coaching and it's a good school," Rose said. "Texas is a great school, it's close to home and I've know the coaching staff since 8th grade.
Ashley continues to dominate
Brandon Ashley is having a strong spring and summer.
At the LeBron James Skills Academy he was one of the better post prospects in attendance and at the Peach Jam he continued his impressive performances.
Through three games at the Peach Jam, Ashley has recorded 55 points and 23 rebounds.
"I'm going to come out with a list after Peach Jam," Ashley told Scout.com.
Ashley is currently rated a five-star prospect.
Stokes has top six, favors a pair
Jarnell Stokes is one of the most pursued big men in the 2012 recruiting class.
"It's a business decision," Stokes said. "I'm going to go where suits me best."
Of the six schools involved, Stokes said a pair are sticking out.
"Sticking out is Arkansas and Memphis," he said. " They are recruiting me a lot."
Stokes, who is transferring to Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill for his senior season, is ranked No. 19 overall in the 2012 class.
Josh Pastner followed around a handful of prospects on Tuesday, but he was front and center for each and every Memphis YOMCA game, including their 16's team, which includes Nick King and Jonathan Williams.
Rick Pitino was front and center for both of J'Mychael Reese's games, as well as both of D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera's match ups.
Dejuan Coleman had Jim Boeheim, John Calipari and Thad Matta at his morning game on Wednesday.
Jarnell Stokes drew head coaches from Tennessee, Memphis, Alabama and Arkansas.