Boo Williams: Day One Notes

<b>HAMPTON, Va. –</b> Julian Wright trimmed his list to six schools and that's big news. We've got lists from Wright, Micah Downs and Terrell Harris in this part of our coverage. And, Martell Webster cops to a leader.

Day One, Boo Williams Invitational

News & Notes

The Illinois Warriors' Julian Wright said he's down to six schools. He said he's narrowed his list Arizona, DePaul, Duke, Illinois, Indiana and Kansas. He'd like to take some mid-May visits and decide after the summer. …

Martell Webster's surgically repaired right fibula has him out of action until May. He'd like to take a few visits that month and you can bet that if he does, Arizona gets one. Webster said that the Wildcats are his leader. He says he wants a "coach that will get hardcore with him" and likes Arizona's offense. …

Team Texas swingman Calvin Miles listed North Carolina, UConn, Texas, Kansas, Georgia Tech, Arizona and Oklahoma. … Teammate Terrell Harris listed Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado State, Kansas and UNC. … Team Texas PF Kevin Rogers went with UNC, Arizona, Kansas, UConn, Georgia Tech and Florida. …

Mitchell Johnson of FOH suffered through a difficult shooting day on Friday. However, he's got a 1,200 SAT and 3.75 GPA to make things better. … Jon Brockman, the PF of FOH, says he's hearing from UCLA, Washington, Stanford, Kansas and Gonzaga. He'll visit UCLA May 14 and we're hearing that the Huskies and Bruins are in good shape. …

Team Florida point guard Walter Hodge has been to Florida already. UMass is going to visit him April 21 and Hofstra has seen him twice. … Vytautas Valiulis, a PG on Team Florida, did not make the trip. He was the final cut from the Lithuanian Jr. National Team a few days ago. … Speaking of not being here, Eric Boateng isn't at the Boo but we've got some scoop on him. Apparently UCLA, Villanova, Michigan, Georgia Tech and Boston College were in to see him the first few days of the period. …

Keith Brumbaugh's list reads Florida, Florida State, Alabama, Georgia and Auburn but he might have more (or less). … Micah Downs said that Kansas offered him the other day and that Michigan State, Texas Tech, Gonzaga, UCLA, UConn and North Carolina State are in the mix. … Chris Lowe is hearing from UNLV, Rhode Island, Clemson and Illinois. … Kyle Singler, a freshman on Oregon Select, has a father who played quarterback at Oregon State. …

Illinois Warriors lead guard Ray Nelson says he's hearing from Western Illinois, Illinois, Dayton, Virginia and DePaul. … Warriors guard Josh Tabb is hearing from Illinois, Kansas, Michigan State, DePaul, Nebraska and many more. …

Scout's Seat

Be on the lookout for a lightning fast freshman guard on Team Texas. His name is Brenton Stanton and he's about 5-9 and runs like the wind. … Mitchell Johnson went 1-for-8 from floor but had 7 assists. He also had an uncharacteristic 7 turnovers. … Oregon Select has a shooter named Ryan Staudacher that some mids might like. … Walter Hodge is best when he's playing in attack mode, getting to the rim. …

Jon Brockman keeps a lot of balls alive and his gift is energy and a maximum effort. … Chris Lowe of the Metro Hawks is going to be an outstanding mid-major point guard because he's starting to get more offense and is poised. He's developed a floater. … Sophomore Jonathan Mitchell, a lefty PF, likes to face up on the baseline. …

Angel Santiago is tough getting to the basket for the Illinois Warriors. … Speaking of the Warriors, they've got to have one of the best sets of guards on the circuit. … Kevin Rogers of Team Texas really showed some skill and a variety of ways to score as a forward. …


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