2017 Top 25: Updated lists and evaluations

Who are the nation's top 2017 prospect considering? Check out updated school lists, visit information and evaluations for the top 25 prospects in the 2017 class.

No. 1 DeAndre Ayton | Class of 2017

At this stage the schools involved in DeAndre Ayton’s recruitment are Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, San Diego State and Stanford, a source close to the situation told Scout on Monday. He’s yet to take a college visit.

No. 2 Wendell Carter | Class of 2017

Wendell Carter, who won a Gold Medal with the USA Basketball U16 team, already has offers from the likes of Duke, Kentucky, Florida State, Kansas, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Georgia and many more. He told Scout in mid-June he wants to visit Duke, UNC, Harvard and Georgia.

No. 3 Michael Porter | Class of 2017

Michael Porter says Arizona, Baylor, Duke, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Syracuse, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, Virginia and Washington are all on his list. Porter told Scout on Monday he has taken unofficial visits to Indiana, Missouri, Virginia and Washington. Porter’s father is a women's assistant coach at Missouri.

No. 4 Mohamed Bamba | Class of 2017

Mohamed Bamba, who recently jumped into Scout’s top five, has offers from James Madison, Penn State, Temple, Yale, Rice, Seton Hall, Maryland, Villanova, Texas, Syracuse, Connecticut, Arizona, Kansas, Florida State, Wake Forest, Arizona State, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, Providence, Indiana, St. John’s, Kentucky and Missouri. He’s been by St. John’s on a group visit.

No. 5 Troy Brown | Class of 2017

Troy Brown told Scout he currently has scholarship offers from Arizona, California, Duke, Kansas, Louisville, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, UCLA, UNLV and Utah. Brown has been by Duke's camp unofficially.

No. 6 Trevon Duval | Class of 2017

Trevon Duval took an unofficial visit to Villanova this summer and visited Syracuse last year. They have both offered. Duval told Scout at the Stephen Curry Select camp that California, Missouri and Oregon recently offered him as well.

No. 7 Jarred Vanderbilt | Class of 2017

At this point Jarred Vanderbilt doesn't necessarily have a list, but did recently say that Texas, Texas A&M and Kansas were the schools that had offered that were recruiting him the hardest. He's also cited strong interest from Duke and Kentucky, plus has heard from a lot of ACC and Big 12 schools.

No. 8 Billy Preston | Class of 2017

Billy Preston has taken unofficial visits to and has offers from Baylor, Kansas, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC, according to his mother. She also said he has offers from Arizona, Connecticut, Fresno State, Michigan State, Michigan, N.C. State, New Mexico State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, St. John’s, Texas, UNLV and Utah.

No. 9 D.J. Harvey | Class of 2017

D.J. Harvey told Scout in June that he has over 20 scholarship offers including schools like Arizona, Texas, Villanova, Ohio State, Oklahoma, N.C. State and others He took unofficial visits to Arizona and Arizona State in late June following Nike's Basketball Academy.

No. 10 Austin Wiley | Class of 2017

Austin Wiley told Scout that he has scholarship offers from Auburn, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi State, Mississippi, Texas Tech, UAB, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Murray State, Kansas State and Vanderbilt. Wiley has taken unofficial visits to Auburn, Alabama, UAB, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt.

No. 11 Gary Trent Jr. | Class of 2017

Gary Trent told Scout he has scholarship offers from Minnesota, Ohio State, Michigan State, Oregon, Iowa, Duke, Florida State, Kansas, Texas Tech, Providence and Alabama. Trent has taken an unofficial visit to Minnesota. Trent's father -- Gary Trent Sr. -- played in the NBA for 12 years.

No. 12 Kevin Knox | Class of 2017

Kevin Knox, who won a Gold Medal with the USA Basketball U16 team this summer, told Scout he has reeled in offers from Florida State, Miami, Georgia, Memphis, USF and Xavier. Duke, Kansas, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Florida, UCF, Wake Forest and Kansas State have also shown interest. Knox said he’s yet to take a college visit.

No. 13 Hamidou Diallo | Class of 2017

Hamidou Diallo has taken unofficial visits to Connecticut and St. John’s. Both of those schools have offered, as have USC, Minnesota, Louisville, Iowa State, Wake Forest, Providence, Indiana, Temple, Duquesne, VCU and Iona. Maryland, UVa, Ohio State and Miami have also shown interest.

No. 14 Jalek Felton | Class of 2017

Jalek Felton, the nephew of former North Carolina standout Ray Felton, committed to the Tar Heels on December 30th.

No. 15 Nick Richards | Class of 2017

At NBPA Top 100 Camp, Nick Richards said Kansas, Syracuse and Villanova were recruiting him the hardest. He also has interest from Indiana, Kentucky, Seton Hall, St. John's, VCU and Villanova.

No. 16 Jeremiah Tilmon | Class of 2017

Jeremiah Tilmon told Scout at the Nike Elite 100 that he has scholarship offers from Indiana, Kansas, Kansas State, Illinois and St. Louis.

No. 17 Kris Wilkes | Class of 2017

Kris Wilkes has taken unofficial visits to Butler, Illiniois, Indiana, Kentucky, Purdue, Vanderbilt and Xavier. He’s also getting strong interest from Notre Dame, Michigan and Ohio State.

No. 18 Jaylen Hands | Class of 2017

Jaylen Hands has already taken unofficial visits to Arizona, San Diego State and UCLA and has scholarship offers from all three. He also told Scout he has offers from Arizona State, California, Texas Tech, Louisville and USC. Florida, Kentucky and Stanford have also shown interest.

No. 19 Ikechukwu Obiagu | Class of 2017

Arguably the best shot blocker in all of high school basketball, Ikechukwu Obiagu has reeled in offers from Cincinnati, Butler, Tennessee, UVa, Memphis, Purdue, Kansas State, Kansas, Wake Forest, UGA, GA Tech, Missouri, Auburn and Texas. Purdue, California, South Carolina, Florida and Stanford have also shown interest. Obiagu has taken unofficial visits to Georgia and Auburn.

No. 20 Zach Brown | Class of 2017

Kentucky recently offered Zach Brown. He also has interest from Duke, Miami, North Carolina, South Carolina, UCLA and a host of other schools.

No. 21 John Petty | Class of 2017

John Petty told Scout at Nike’s Basketball Academy that Alabama, Auburn and Georgia are recruiting him the hardest. Petty also has strong interest from Mississippi State, Kentucky, Mississippi, N.C. State and Tennessee. He wants to major in criminal justice in college.

No. 22 Matt Coleman | Class of 2017

Matt Coleman told Scout that he currently has scholarship offers from Old Dominion, Virginia, VCU, Virginia Tech, Cincinnati, Memphis, UConn and Texas. Florida, Indiana, Arizona, Ohio State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Kansas and Syracuse have shown interest. He doesn’t have any visits planned at this time.

No. 23 Brandon McCoy | Class of 2017

Brandon McCoy has taken unofficial visits to San Diego State, UCLA and USC. To go with offers from those schools, he also has offers from Arizona, Auburn, Georgia, Michigan State and Nevada.

No. 24 Cody Riley | Class of 2017

According to his high school Coach Ty Nichols, Cody Riley has taken unofficial visits to Duke, UCLA and USC. Nichols said he has offers from Arizona, Connecticut, Kansas, Maryland, UCLA and USC.

No. 25 Jalen Hill | Class of 2017

After garnering interest from majority for the PAC-12, Jalen Hill committed to UCLA on June 28th during an unofficial visit to their campus.

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