Wendell Carter

Virginia Tech, Harvard, Louisville and others have key visit weekends

Some key visits are taking place this weekend with several Top 100 prospects making trips. Virginia Tech, Harvard, Louisville, and several other programs are hosting key visitors on what could be a big visit weekend.

Virginia Tech hosting huge weekend

It will be a huge weekend in Blacksburg (Va.), as Virginia Tech will host at least 18 visitors.

By Scout’s count, the Hokies visitor list will include Cormac Ryan, Anthony Harris, Antwan Walker, Chimezie Offurum, Marvin Price, Jermaine Harris, Earl Timberlake, Jared Bynum, Hunter Tyson, Wynston TabbsKiyon Boyd, Rasir Bolton, Paul Mulcahy, Florent Thamba, Oscar Tshebwe, B.J. Mack, Trey Wertz and Jarren McAllister.

With Walker being the only 2017 prospect of the group, Buzz Williams and staff will have a tremendous opportunity to impress some top underclass recruits.


Harvard hosting Carter

There will be three official visitors on Harvard’s campus this weekend, with one of the trio being a signature visitor in the Crimson program’s history.

Scout’s 4th ranked prospect in the 2017 class, 6-foot-10, 240-pound Atlanta Pace Academy center Wendell Carter, will be in Cambridge (Mass.) for an official visit.

Also expected on campus for official visits will be committed point guard Mario Haskett and Canadian forward Danilo Djurcic.


Langford headlines Louisville’s weekend

Rick Pitino and the Louisville coaching staff will have some high level talent on campus this weekend.

The Cardinals’ visitor list will be headlined by Romeo Langford, Scout’s 3rd ranked prospect in 2018. The five-star shooting guard preps just 20 minutes from Louisville’s campus at New Albany (Ind.) and is a major priority for the Cardinals.

Also on campus this weekend will be committed five-star prospect Malik Williams as well as 2018 Musa Jallow and 2019s Dekeyvan Tandy and Jayquon Johnson.


Other Key Visits:

AlabamaD.J. Harvey

BaylorMatthew Mayer

DukeMatt Coleman

IllinoisAbu Kigab

KentuckyP.J. Washington

Miami: Evan BatteyLance Thomas

NebraskaThomas Allen

Notre Dame: Darryl Morsell, Dwayne Cohill, Robby CarmodyKyle Rode

Oklahoma: Trae Young, Quentin GrimesBrady Manek

Oklahoma StateCollin Sexton

Penn State: Isaiah Mucius, Cameron Reddish, Myles DreadBryce Golden

South CarolinaDevontae Shuler

StanfordJase Febres 

SyracuseLonnie Walker

Tennessee: Tyler PolleyKhavon Moore

VillanovaJustin Smith


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