Summer Jam: Notebook

Mitch McGary, Andrew White and Emmanuel Mudiay talked to at the Summer Jam this past weekend about their recruitments.

White has options

Andrew White's options are picking up.

Recently the 6-foot-6 wing has picked up scholarship offers from Virginia Tech, Louisville, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Providence, Wake Forest, NC State, UTEP and West Virginia. He also has interest from Texas, Memphis, Richmond and Alabama.

White, a standout at Charlottesville (Va.) Miller School, is originally a member of the 2011 class. But he opted to do a post-grad year. But that hasn't stopped a few schools from trying to get him to come out immediately.

"Possibility," White said when asked about the option to go back to 2011. "I'm leaning towards '12 though."

White, who is known for his ability to shoot the ball from long range, said he wants to wait out the process.

"I'm not rushing," White said. "Now that my recruiting stock is picking up I'm going to take my time."

A four-star prospect, White is ranked No. 15 at the shooting guard spot.

McGary isn't ready to release list

Mitch McGary is one of the more popular prospects of the spring and summer.

His games were always full of college coaches during the July evaluation period and attention continues to pick up.

The five-star prospect said he has received recent calls from Duke, North Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Indiana, Purdue, Texas, Arizona, Kansas, Connecticut, Kentucky and Marquette.

With that said, McGary was quick to point out that he doesn't have an official list of schools.

"I don't have one," he said. "I'm going to release one when things settle down. I'm wide open."

"I'm going to have my coaches and family help me," he added. "At first it was kind crazy."

McGary is ranked No. 5 overall in the 2012 class.

Mudiay plays with the big boys

Emmanuel Mudiay may be a 2014 prospect, but he can compete with anyone in the country.

Just prior to the first evaluation period, Mudiay, a 6-foot-3 lead guard, was invited to the LeBron James Skills Academy in Akron (Ohio).

"It was a blessing to play against those players," Mudiay told "I got better from it."

"I did a good job with my position," he added. "My coach told me to play my game and that's what I did."

Mudiay, who just turned 15, said his college interest ranges from the Big 12, Big East and PAC-10.

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