Official visit season is nearing its end, but there are still a number of key visits this coming weekend. Who is headed where? Scout has the latest.
Villanova to bring in 11 ranked players in 2017 & 2018
Villanova is using their preseason celebration event, Hoops Mania, as a massive recruiting tool.
Coming off a national championship last season, the Wildcats are looking to take advantage of the fan fair and celebration by inviting prospects from four different classes, including some of their key targets in 2017.
The senior prospects taking official visits are Lonnie Walker and Quade Green. They'll also host their current 2017 commitments, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree and Jermaine Samuels.
They'll also host a large number of underclassmen.
The 2018 prospects expected on campus include Jahvon Quinerly, Immanuel Quickley, Montez Mathis, Nate Roberts, Cameron Reddish, Prentiss Hubb, Jalen Smith, Eric Ayala, Brandon Slater.
Among the 2019 prospects expect are Bryce Wills, Scottie Lewis, Bryan Antoine, Isaiah Wong and Donte Scott.
Texas has massive weekend
Texas already has a top 10 class in 2017, but they have a chance to improve that ranking if they were to add either of the two recruits headed to campus this weekend.
Shaka Smart will host Scout's No. 2 overall prospect, Mohamed Bamba, for an official visit. Bamba has also taken an official visit to Michigan, plus has been by Kentucky and Harvard recently. This is the only visit Bamba has scheduled at the moment.
The Longhorns will also host their top point guard target, Matt Coleman. Coleman, a standout at Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill, has already taken official visits to Duke and Stanford. Although he hasn't set a timetable for a decision, Coleman is likely to decide during the early period.
Other key visits
Arizona / NC State: Brian Bowen (will visit Arizona on the 29th then NC State on the 1st
Duke: Kevin Knox, Darius Garland
Florida State: M.J. Walker, Ike Obiagu
Illinois: DaMonte Williams, Trevion Williams, Marquise Walker, Adam Miller, Chris Payton, Ciaran Brayboy, Nimari Burnett, Shon Robinson
Michigan State: Gary Trent
Ohio State: Nojel Eastern, Courtney Ramey
Oklahoma State: Trae Young
Pittsburgh: Jared Wilson-Frame, Felipe Haase, Aaron Thompson
South Carolina: David Beatty
UNLV: Brandon McCoy
USC: Billy Preston, Lance Thomas