Take a look at plenty of school lists from guys at the Next Level tournament - as well as a look at five college coaches picking their most impressive player of the day.
Stanley Robinson mentioned Alabama, Vanderbilt, LSU, Florida, Auburn and Stanford.
Gary Clark's top trio includes Miami, Florida and N.C. State.
Corey McGee, a 6-7 rising senior at Fairport High, is getting interest from Canisius, Buffalo, Bowling Green, Siena, Marist and BU.
Fellow Albany City junior point guard Talor Battle has N.C. State, Villanova, Providence and some Ivy League's in the mix.
Edgar Sosa lists N.C. State, Miami, Vanderbilt, UConn, Florida State and Louisville. Cardinals coach Rick Pitino came in to the school this past week and offered him a scholarship. Sosa's top three are Louisville, N.C. State and Miami.
Jonathan Mitchell lists Marquette, Villanova, Seton Hall, Georgia, UConn, Miami and Florida. An early leader: How about Marquette.
Doneal Mack, who is playing with the Metro Hawks, lists his co-leaders as Miami and Virginia Tech. N.C. State and Florida State are also in the mix.
Martin Bros. guard Jason Bohannon is looking at Wisconsin, Iowa and N.C. State. Stanford is also under consideration.
YOMCA rising junior guard Randy Culpepper gave a list of Kentucky, Cincinnati, Florida and Memphis.
James Dews is considering Dayton, Notre Dame, West Virginia, Seton Hall and Xavier.
Boston University forward Etienne Brower will transfer.
ton Grant is playing with Team Florida and is expected to attend prep school.
Andrew Lavender's father, Tony, told us that he and his son have not decided whether he will remain at Oklahoma yet.
Here is a list of five coaches' picks of their most impressive players on Saturday: James Dews, Stefan Welsh, Jon Deibler, Edgar Sosa and Chris Wright, who played under-16 for the Queen City Prophets.