On Campus: Sept. 20 Visits

Hurricane Isabel could have adverse effects on the official visit calendar. Weather permitting; there are a number of schools with big weekends on tap.

Due to the unpredictability of the weather, especially on the East Coast where Isabel is having her way with the coast, this list represents our best efforts to report which official visits are taking place this weekend.

Fans at Arizona, North Carolina and Illinois might secretly be rooting for rain, but the weather clears this weekend in Durham and it should be a nice weekend as Shaun Livingston takes his second official visit of the year.

Think it's a big weekend in Storrs? Connecticut hosts A.J. Price and Rudy Gay. Enough said.

Paul Hewitt has been looking forward to this one for a while. Russell Robinson, Jason Rich and Ra'Sean Dickey gather in same place as Georgia Tech hosts its biggest weekend of the year.

Stanford has three prospects in town this weekend as the Cardinal looks to close in on Peter Prowitt, Taj Finger and Zam Frederick.

Kansas only has one prospect on campus and its Bill Self chance to make up some ground with Malik Hairston.

Sept. 20 Official Visits

AJ Price (Connecticut)
Rudy Gay (Connecticut)
Russell Robinson (Georgia Tech)
Jason Rich (Georgia Tech)
Ra'Sean Dickey (Georgia Tech)
Anthony Morrow (Charlotte)
Jordan Carter (Charlotte)
Chris Nance (Charlotte)
Charles Thomas (Oklahoma)
Isaiah Swann (Maryland)
Paulius Packevicius (Oregon State)
Shane Foster (LSU)
Shaun Livingston (Duke)
Peter Prowitt (Stanford)
Taj Finger (Stanford)
Zam Frederick (Stanford)
Malik Hairston (Kansas)
Everett Pedescleaux (Southern Illinois)
Maarty Leunen (Gonzaga)
Marquie Cooke (Virginia Tech)
Matt Shaw (St. Louis)
Joe Shipp (Oregon)
Joakim Noah (Maryland)
Kyle Lowry (Syracuse; cancelled)
A.J. Ratliff (Iowa; cancelled)
Drew Richards (Arkansas)
Shane Dansby (East Tennessee State)
Rico Tucker (Fresno State; cancelled)
Dupree Fletcher (Baylor)
Lee Cummard (BYU)
David Burgess (BYU)
Marcus Lewis (Portland)
Khaliq Gant (Cornell)
Justin Orr (Kent State; cancelled)
Marquie Cooke (Virginia Tech)
Brian Laing (Richmond)
Ryan Daniel (Massachusetts)
Ronald Ramon (Providence)
Damir Suljagic (Wyoming)

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