On Campus Report

With midnight madness festivities taking place throughout the country, this weeks On Campus Report consists of nearly 200 visits from across the country.

Kentucky to host another big list

Every year Kentucky looks to bring in a big list of recruits for Big Blue Madness.

This year isn't any different.

The Wildcats will host their current 2013 recruiting class – Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison, James Young and Derek Willis. Marcus Lee, who is considering Kentucky and California, will also be on campus.

Kentucky will also host five-star 2014 recruits Trey Lyles, Cliff Alexander and Jaquan Lyle, plus the top player in the 2015 class – Karl Towns.

Kansas to host two top 25 recruits

Aaron Gordon and Wayne Selden are both expected to be in Lawrence (Kans.) for official visits this weekend.

Both Gordon and Selden hold scholarship offers from the Jayhawks. Gordon is also considering Washington, California, Kentucky and Arizona, while Selden has Florida, Missouri, Ohio State, Syracuse, UCLA and KU on his list.

To go with Gordon and Selden, Kansas will host 2013 committed point guard Conner Frankcamp, 2013 emerging big man Joel Embiid and 2015 post prospect Elbert Robinson.

NC State host key visitors

Mark Gottfried is having some success on the recruiting trail.

Since his arrival in Raleigh (N.C.), Gottfried and his staff have reeled in three top 25 prospect and seven total top 100 players.

2013 commit Cat Barber, as well as recent 2014 commits Caleb and Cody Martin, will take unofficial visits to Prime Time with the Pack.

Perhaps the most important visit of the weekend is Dominic Woodson's official trip. A top 50 prospect, North Carolina State is considered one of the favorites to land Woodson.

Five-star 2014 wing Theo Pinson will be at N.C. State, as will 2016 forward Harry Giles.

UNC to host impressive list

North Carolina commits Isaiah Hicks and Nate Britt will be at Late Night with Roy Williams.

But the Tar Heels will also have a handful of key 2013 and 2014 recruits on Friday.

Troy Williams, who has Carolina among his top five schools, and Kennedy Meeks will both take in the festivities. Both prospects are taking unofficial visits.

UNC has shown strong interest in 2014 prospects Justin Jackson and Shelton Mitchell. Both players are expected to be in Chapel Hill (N.C.) for the weekend.

They'll also host 2015 wing Brandon Ingram. Ingram goes to Kinston (N.C.) High, where Reggie Bullock went to high school.

Georgetown has big list

John Thompson and his staff will host a number of recruits on Friday.

The Hoyas will host one of the nations top shooters and their 2013 commit Reggie Cameron. They'll also have 2014 standouts Isaac Copeland, JaQuan Newton and Tre Campbell in town.

Georgetown has large list of 2015 prospects expected to be on campus as well. Among the ones Scout.com has confirmed are Bryant Crawford, Marcus Derrickson, Franklin Howard and LeRoy Butts.

Marquette has long list of visitors

Marquette is making a strong play with 2013 wing Jajuan Johnson and the talented four-star prospect out of Memphis will be at Marquette's midnight madness festivities for an official visit.

Buzz Williams will also have 2013 commitment Duane Wilson, Deonte Burton and Jameel McKay in town.

The Golden Eagles' visit list also includes Paul White, L.J. Peak, TJ Schlunt, Diamond Stone, Prentiss Nixon and Roosevelt Smart.

Pastner goes local

Josh Pastner and Memphis will have three of their 2013 commitments – Nick King, Markel Crawford and Pookie Powell -- in town for their midnight madness celebration.

To go with the three commits, the Tigers will host a handful of local standouts.

2013 four-star big man Austin Nichols will take an unofficial. 2015 recruit Skal Labissiere is confirmed for a visit, as are Chris Chiozza, Malik Newman, K.J. Lawson, Detric Lawson and Kevaughn Allen.

Syracuse has strong list of visitors

Jim Boehiem and his staff at Syracuse will host 2013 commit Tyler Ennis for a visit this weekend.

The Orangemen will also have 2013 recruits Noah Vonleh, Rysheed Jordan and Chinonso Obokoh in town for visits. Vonleh and Jordan Are both top 100 prospects.

Syracuse will also host B.J. Johnson, Zach Radz and Thomas Bryant, a top 10 recruit in the 2015 class, for unofficial visits.

Other Visits

*Arkansas will have 2013 commitment Bobby Portis on campus, as well as Kevaughn Allen, Kahron Ross and Malik Monk.

*Baylor is expected to have top 100 recruits Stevie Clark and Ishmael Wainwright on campus for official visits.

*Boston College will host Massanutten Military Academy standout Garland Owens for a visit.

*Buffalo has Javion Ogunyemi and Sterling Taplin headed to campus for visits.

*Connecticut will host 2015 Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany wing Bennie Boatwright for an unofficial visit this weekend.

*Eastern Kentucky will host a number of prospects from the Midwest this weekend. Among the recruits in town will be Antonio McDaniels, Lamontray Harris, D'Angelo Hunter, Aaron Korn, Daeshon Francis, Nick King, Keaton Hendricks, Grant Sims, Antonio Woods, Tyler Williams, Grant Benzinger and Rondale Watson.

*Fordham will host Manny Suarez and Denzel Gregg for visits. Both prospects play for the Albany City Rocks.

*George Mason has a big list of underclassmen headed to campus. Among the recruits expected are Evan Taylor, Delonte Jones, Brandon Alston, Byron Hawkins, Omari George, Therence Mayimba, Abdul Lewis, Ishmael Sanogo and John Crosby.

*George Washington will have Skyler White on campus for an unofficial visit.

*Josh Sharma will visit both Harvard and Providence this weekend. Harvard will also host Zena Edosomwan (unofficial) and Matt Howard (official) on visits.

*Idaho State will host Justin Smith this weekend.

*Ben Moore is expected to be on Illinois' campus this weekend for a college visit.

*Iowa State will host their Junior College commitment Richard Amardi for a visit.

*Five star wing Rashad Vaughn will take another unofficial visit to Minnesota. He's been there a handful of times over the past few years.

*Mississippi State plans to have Demetrius Houston, Maurice Dunlap, Kevaughn Allen, Malik Newman and Joniah White on campus for unofficial visits.

*Missouri will have Devin Booker, Braxton Miller, Anton Beard, Jason Tatum and Tyrone Taylor on campus for their madness festivities.

*Maryland's biggest weekend visitor is 2013 four-star guard Roddy Peters. They will also host a handful of 2014 prospects this weekend. Obi Enechionyia, Dion Wiley, Romelo Trimble and Phil Booth will all be on campus.

*Murray State has ESPN in town, plus Darius Thompson, Jarvis Calhoun, TeMarcus Blanton, Marcanvis Hymon and Ramsey Sandifer.

*Notre Dame will have 2013 commits Demetrius Jackson and Austin Torres on campus, as well as Sean O'Mara.

*Bryan Alberts will visit Oregon State this weekend.

*Providence will host Brandon Austin, Ron Patterson and Josh Sharma for weekend visits.

*Purdue is expecting Eron Gordon, Vijay Blackmon, Jordan Ash, Glynn Watson, Jalen Coleman, Basil Smotherman, Kendall Stephens, Bryson Scott and Jalen Brunson to stop by on Friday.

*Tyler Roberson, Quadri Moore and Malachi Richardson will also weekend visits to Rutgers.

*San Diego State has a long list of visitors. It includes Dakarai Allen, Isaac Hamilton, Daniel Hamilton, D'Erryl Williams, Isaiah Bailey, Marcus LoVett, Rex Pflueger, Tyler Dorsey and Bear Henderson.

*Dwayne Morgan, Jevon Thomas, Jerrun Wilbut, Austin Colbert, Malachi Richardson, Kaison Randolph, Quadri Moore, Rashard Figures, C.J. Davis, Tyus Battle and Asante Gist will all be at Seton Hall this coming weekend.

*SMU will have Sterling Brown on campus for a crucial official visit. Brown is a stnadout at Maywood (Ill.) Proviso East.

*South Florida will have Bo Zeigler on campus for an official visit.

*St. John's will have Jermaine Lawrence, Isaiah Whitehead, Bryce Aiken, Chris Atkinson, Devonte Green, Tremont Waters, Mohamad Touray and Jessie Govan on campus for midnight madness.

*Jalen Kendrick will take a visit to UNLV this weekend.

*Vanderbilt will host underclassmen Braxton Blackwell and Riley Norris for unofficial visits.

*Virginia Tech has Maurice Kirby and Ben Emelogu on campus for official visits.

*Prior to his visit at Kentucky, Karl Towns will stop by West Virginia for an unofficial visit on Friday.

*Western Kentucky will host a trio of Kentucky recruits this weekend. Matt Rose, Justin Johnson and Braxton Beverly will stop by campus.

Brian Snow and Josh Gershon contributed to this report.

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