On Campus: Four five-stars to take visits

With less than two weeks until the early signing period and just 23 top 100 prospects still available, the amount of weekend official visits have dwindled. With that said, there are still some key weekend visitors. Four five-star prospects and six total top 100 recruits are expected to make campus visits.

  • Harry Giles, Scout’s top rated prospect, will take his final scheduled official visit to Duke this coming weekend. He has previously visited Kansas, Kentucky and Wake Forest. Giles, a 6-foot-10 power forward, has yet to finalize plans for his college announcement, Mouth of Wilson (Va.) coach Steve Smith told Scout on Thursday.

  • Five-star guard Malik Monk is scheduled to visit Arkansas, where his older brother was a star football player, this coming weekend. Monk, an electric and athletic guard, has already visited Kansas, Kentucky and Oregon. Monk has yet to set a timetable for making his college choice.

  • Edrice Adebayo will take an official visit to North Carolina State this weekend. Bam, as he’s known to most, also took a recent visit to Kentucky. Those two have received the most buzz in his recruitment as of late. Adebayo’s friend and AAU teammate Dennis Smith is a N.C. State pledge.

  • Jarrett Allen a five-star center, will take his third official visit this weekend. Allen will see Houston this weekend. He’s previously visited Notre Dame and Kansas. Allen also told Scout that he plans to see Kentucky the weekend of November 6th. Allen would then have one final visit remaining. He hasn’t set a timetale for making his college choice.

  • Four-star shooting guard Bruce Brown will take an official visit to Miami this coming weekend. He’s taken previous official visits to Indiana and Xavier. Purdue and UMass are also involved with Brown’s recruitment.

  • One of the best available point guards – Charlie Moore – will be on California’s campus for an official visit. Moore, Scout’s No. 65 overall prospect, has also taken official visits to VCU and Memphis. Moore hasn’t set a date or a timeframe for making his college choice.

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