On Tuesday that list will shrink to two. Rashad Vaughn, a five-star shooting guard out of Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep, informed Scout.com that he is ready to announce his college decision.
Spending his senior season in Las Vegas has been convenient for UNLV, as he's been able to visit their school multiple times. Vaughn said their environment stands out.
"Just the environment and I developed a good relationship with the coaches there," he said. "I just like everything about UNLV."
Fred Hoiberg and Iowa State have been involved with Vaughn the longest. That long standing relationship is a reason that Vaughn likes the Cyclones.
"They've been recruiting me for a long time," Vaughn said.
"Just how long they've been recruiting me and the atmosphere there," he added when pressed about Iowa State. "Coach Hoiberg is a great coach."
While Vaughn didn't take an official visit to UNC, he did take an unofficial visit last March.
"With North Carolina I was going to go, but I've been there," he said. "I visited last year. Coach Roy Williams, we have a great relationship and they have a great relationship with my parents. My parents decided since I've already been there they trust my judgment if that's where I want to go."
Vaughn had official visits lined up to Kentucky and North Carolina for late February. He canceled those on Tuesday.
Vaughn, a five-star recruit, was recently selected to participate in the McDonald's All-American game.