On Campus Report

Duke, Indiana, Arizona and UAB all have impressive weekends lined up. On top of that, at least eight of the available 21 top 100 prospects in the 2013 class will be on visits this weekend.

Duke to host elite recruits

Mike Krzyzewski and his staff will host five elite prospects this weekend.

Although they won't host any 2013 recruits, they'll bring in a pair of top three recruits in 2014 – Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor – as well as five-star wing Theo Pinson.

Duke has targeted all three in the junior class and all three hold scholarship offers from the Blue Devils. Jones and Okafor were teammates on the U17 World Championship team.

Duke will also host the top prospect in the 2015 class – Karl Towns – and one of the best in the 2016 class – Harry Giles.

Hoosier Hysteria

Every year Indiana brings in a massive list of recruits for their Hoosier Hysteria event.

It's not any different this year, as IU will have a list of well over 30 recruits on campus for the event held at Assembly Hall on Saturday.

Indiana will host 2013 commits Stanford Robinson, Luke Fischer, Devin Davis and Colin Hartman. The Hoosier's will also have top remaining 2013 targets – BeeJay Anya and Troy Williams – on campus for official visits.

Anya is regarded as the No. 4 center and the No. 43 overall prospect, while Williams is the No. 10 wing and the No. 41 overall player in the 2013 class.

But IU will host plenty of other recruits.

Among the top underclassmen headed to Bloomington (Ind.) are Bryant Crawford, James Blackmon, Trevon Bluiett, Jaquan Lyle, Eron Gordon, Jalen Coleman and upwards of 20 other recruits.

Red/Blue weekend in ‘Zona

Sean Miller has an impressive list of recruits headed to Tucscon (Ariz.) this weekend.

Their 2013 commits – Rondae Jefferson, Elliott Pitts and Eric Cooper – will be in town, but so will Aaron GordonArizona's top remaining recruits.

Gordon, who is ranked No. 5 overall in the 2013 class, is down to Washington, Kentucky, Kansas, Oregon and ‘Zona.

Arizona will also host a trio of 2014 recruits that hold offers from the Wildcats. Justise Winslow, a Texas native, Stanley Johnson and Parker Jackson-Cartwright, one of the best lead guards in the class, will all be in Tucson for the festivities.

Winslow and Jackson-Cartwright are regarded as five-star prospects, while Johnson checks in at No. 27 overall in the 2014 class.

Sophomore combination guard Isaiah Briscoe is also expected to be in town. A standout at Newark (N.J.) St. Benedict, Briscoe is ranked No. 25 overall in the 2015 class.

Hoops on the Haasephalt

For the first time since 2005, UAB will host a preseason event for fans.

But Jerod Haase and his staff are also using it as a recruiting tool.

UAB commit Dayshawn Watkins is expected to be at the event, as is 2013 wing prospect Tyler Madision.

Joining those two are a handful of 2014 recruits. Isaac Haas, a 7-footer from Alabama, will be at the festivities, as will William Lee, Jarvis Calhoun, Lewis Sullivan, Isaiah Wilkins and Devin Mitchell.

Other top 100 visits

*Brandon Austin, a top 50 wing in the 2013 class, will head to Connecticut for an official visit. Austin was once a Penn State commit.

*Kennedy Meeks, the top rated center in the 2013 class, will be on Georgetown's campus for the weekend. He'll head to North Carolina next weekend for an official visit as well.

*Devin Williams, who recently narrowed his list of schools to Memphis, Ohio State and West Virginia, will take an official visit to Memphis this weekend.

*Dominic Woodson will make the trip to Waco (Tex.) for a visit with Baylor. He's schedule to see Oklahoma the weekend of October 27th. North Carolina State is also heavily involved.

*Top 50 big man Austin Nichols will take his official visit to Tennessee this weekend, where his twin sister already attends school.

*Miami will have 2014 top 75 prospect Andonys Henriqez on campus this weekend. They'll also host Isaac Copeland, Tyus Battle, Malik Price-Martin, Hannif Cheatham and Dmitri Thompson.

*2015 big man Daniel Giddens will visit Florida unofficially this weekend. He's ranked No. 11 overall in the sophomore class rankings.

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