On Campus: Weekend of Oct. 25th

Only 20 prospects in Scout.com's 2014 top 100 are still available. Of those 20, eight will take college visits this weekend. Who is headed where? Find out in our On Campus report.

Duke gets their shot

Mike Krzyzewski and Duke get their shot to impress three top 10 recruits this weekend.

Jahlil Okafor, Scout.com's No. 1 player, Tyus Jones, the No. 2 overall point guard, and one of the best wings in the country – Justise Winslow – will take their official visits to Duke.

Okafor and Jones are part of the acclaimed package deal. The two have taken recent visits to Kansas and Baylor together. Okafor is also considering Kentucky, while Jones has cut them from his list. This is their last scheduled visit.

Winslow has already taken visits to Arizona, Florida, Texas A&M and UCLA.

Late Night a big night

Every year North Carolina looks to bring in recruits for their Late Night with Roy festivities.

While this year the focus is on the committed players, as they'll bring in Justin Jackson, Joel Berry and Theo Pinson for visits, they have three highly regarded underclassmen expected to attend.

Brandon Ingram, a four-star recruit in the 2015 class, will be at the event. He's a standout at Kinston (N.C.) High, which is the same school that former UNC standout Reggie Bullock attended.

Harry Giles, the top recruit in the 2016, as well as 2017 standout Jalek Felton will also be in attendance.

Blackmon's final trip

James Blackmon is nearing the end of his recruitment.

The four-star shooting guard out of Marian (Ind.) High will take his last scheduled visit to Indiana this weekend. Blackmon had committed to Indiana early in his high school career, but opened up his recruitment in early August.

Blackmon took an official visit to Michigan in late September and he visited Kentucky for their Big Blue Madness festivities last weekend. Michigan State also received an unofficial visit. Kansas is on his list, but has not received a visit.

IU will also host 2014 power forward Max Hoetzel for an official visit. The Hoosiers recently offered him a scholarship.

Friars planning big weekend

Providence's entire 2014 recruiting class, which is ranked No. 12 overall, will be on campus for visits this weekend.

Jalen Lindsey will be on campus as an unofficial visitor, while Pascal Chukwu and Ben Bentil will take their official visits.

A host of other recruits are expected, according to a source. Donovan Mitchell, Ryan Fazekas, Tomas Murphy, Markel Hager, Jalen Adams, Jared Reuter and Tyree Weston are scheduled for visits.

Seton Hall has big list headed to campus

Seton Hall will have their two top 100 commitments – Isaiah Whitehead and Angel Delgado -- on campus this weekend. Three-star commitment Khadeen Carrington will also be on campus as well as commitment Ismael Sanogo.

The Pirate coaching staff is also expecting to have Luis Santos, Isaiah Washington, Sid Wilson, plus a host of other underclassmen.

Illinois to host Alexander

Cliff Alexander, Scout.com's No. 5 prospect, will visit with John Groce and his staff at Illinois this weekend on an official visit.

Alexander tripped to Memphis last weekend with friend JaQuan Lyle. Alexander has already taken visits to DePaul and Kansas (multiple times).

Xavier has long list headed to campus

Chris Mack and Xavier will a host half of their 2014 class -- J.P. Macura and Edmond Sumber -- for visits this weekend.

K.J. Walton, Aaron Jordan, Myles Carter, Raymond Spalding, Esa Ahmad, Beetle Bolden and Derrik Smits will also be in town for visits.

Other notable visits

*Richard Pitino has in-state target and key recruit Reid Travis on an official visit this weekend. The Minneapolis (Minn.) De La Salle standout has his list down to Minnesota, Gonzaga, Stanford and Duke.

*UCLA will host 2014 power forward Gyorgy Golomon, a native of Hungry, for an official visit. Steve Alford evaluated him at Weston (Fla.) Sagemont earlier in the week.

*Rutgers will host at least two highly ranked underclassmen this weekend. 2015 five-star Malachi Richardson is expected to take an unofficial visit, as is 2016 five-star guard Tyus Battle.

*Just a week after taking his official visit to Missouri, four-star shooting guard Devin Booker will head back to Columbia (Mo.) for an unofficial visit. He's taken visits to Kentucky, Michigan and Michigan State as well.

*Ohio State will host 2014 commitment Jae'sean Tate for an unofficial visit. They'll also have highly touted underclassmen Cassius Winston and Derek Funderburk in town for visits.

*Scout.com's No. 2 point guard in the 2015 class – Jalen Brunson – will take an unofficial visit to Purdue on Saturday.

*Arizona is expected to have Kadeem Allen on campus for a visit.

*Jordan Ash is expected to visit Harvard and Boston College this weekend, according to his AAU coach Mike Mullins.

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