On Campus Report

Jabari Parker and Julius Randle are both expected to make college trips this weekend, as are six other available 2013 top 100 prospects. Who is headed where?

Two top 10 prospects to take visits

Scout.com's No. 2 overall prospect Jabari Parker will take his second visit in as many weekends. Last weekend Parker took a trip to Michigan State to see Tom Izzo and his team. This weekend he's headed to Duke.

Parker is also expected to take an official visit to Florida the weekend of November 3rd. While most have pegged Michigan State and Duke as the leaders for Parker, Florida has quietly positioned themselves nicely with the five-star wing.

Parker, a standout at Chicago (Ill.) Simeon, is also considering BYU and Stanford. He's taken unofficial visits to both schools.

Scout.com's No. 5 prospect Julius Randle will take an unofficial visit this weekend.

Randle, a product of Plano (Tex.) Prestonwood, will visit Oklahoma, where his mentor Jeff Webster played college basketball.

Randle has also taken recent trips to Florida, Kentucky and Texas. Randle is also considering and expected to set up visits with North Carolina State and Kansas.

Six other top 100 recruits to take visits

Only 21 prospects ranked among the 2013 top 100 are still available. Of those 21, eight will be on college campuses this weekend.

To go with Parker and Randle, six other prospects will take college trips.

Austin Nichols – Auburn
BeeJay Anya – North Carolina State
Kennedy Meeks – North Carolina
Devin WilliamsOhio State
Brandon Austin -- Texas
Tyler Roberson -- Villanova

Outside of Parker and Randle, the prospects listed are all expected to make fall college decisions.

Illinois hosting big names

Illinois has a big weekend planned.

John Groce and his staff will welcome some of the best underclassmen prospects in the state of Illinois and Indiana to Champaign for the weekend.

Among the top prospects expected in town are Jaquan Lyle, Charles Matthews, D.J. Williams, Keita Bates-Diop and Hyron Edwards. Illinois commit Kendrick Nunn may also swing by to take in the festivities.

Although it would be somewhat of a surprise if Illinois picked up a commitment this weekend, it's a big couple of days for Groce and his program, as it gives them face time with a number of their top targets.

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