On Campus: Sept. 6 Visits

It's the biggest official visit weekend on the docket to date. In fact, some schools like Kansas, Florida State, Ohio State and Georgia Tech have two prospects on campus by our count.

NOTE: These visits have been gathered over the course of the last few weeks and are subject to change. This is the best list available but it is by no means all-inclusive.

There are big recruiting weekends and then there are H-U-G-E recruiting weekends. The latter is what's going on at Kansas over the weekend. Potential McDonald's All-Americans Alexander Kaun and A.J. Price are town for the single largest recruiting weekend of the Bill Self Era.

Down at Ohio State, the Buckeyes are bringing committed point guard Jamar Butler up to help with the festivities as talented swingman Malik Hairston arrives.

Paul Hewitt's Georgia Tech bunch has Zam Frederick on campus from the south and Jeremis Smith is the southwest representative.

The Seminoles had a huge recruiting class last year and Charles Thomas and Isaiah Swann certainly wouldn't be bad building blocks for this class. Florida State hosts two members of the Top 50 on campus this weekend.

A quick glance around the nation has Shaun Livingston, the No. 2 prospect in the land, down in Chapel Hill for the Syracuse football game. This is the first in a series of visits for Livingston and he'll be back in the Triangle in two weeks to visit with Duke. Joining him on the trip is the recently committed J.R. Smith.

Over at Illinois, it's the Illini's chance to lock up Shaun Pruitt. The big man has stated that he'll decide shortly after this, his final official visit.

On Campus

Sept. 6 Visits

Alexander Kaun (Kansas)
AJ Price (Kansas)
Malik Hairston (Ohio State)
Jamar Butler (Ohio State)
Zam Frederick (Georgia Tech)
Jeremis Smith (Georgia Tech)
Charles Thomas (Florida State)
Isaiah Swann (Florida State)
Shaun Livingston (North Carolina)
J.R. Smith (North Carolina)
Anthony Morrow (Tennessee)
CJ Giles (ODU, unofficial; not set in stone)
Paulius Packevicius (Texas Tech, Princeton 3-4)
Dylan Grimsley (Western Kentucky; cancelled)
Shane Foster (Vanderbilt)
Jason Rich (Southern Cal)
Gavin Grant (North Carolina State)
Tasheed Carr (Iowa State)
Everett Pedescleaux (Wisc.-Green Bay)
Channing Toney (Georgia)
Shaun Pruitt (Illinios)
Chris Lofton (Dayton; not confirmed)
A.J. Ratliff (Xavier)
Dante Sawyer (Fresno State)
Taj Gray (Arkansas)
Julius Powell (Charlotte, 2005)

August 30 Visits

Monty Sanders (Richmond)
Dylan Grimsley (UNC-Wilmington)
Kenny Hunt (JMU, unofficial)
Roy Bright (Tennessee)
James Mays (Clemson, unofficial)
Luke Bonner (West Virginia)
Ra'Sean Dickey (Auburn)
Tyrus Thomas (Virginia Tech)
Channing Toney (Tennessee)
Jimmie Binnie (Dayton, unofficial)
Shaun Pruitt (Michigan State)
Andre Allen (Houston)
Pierre-Marie Altidor-Cespedes (Gonzaga)
Shane Dansby (Murray State)

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