Solomon Alabi, a 7-foot-1 center and 6-10 Joseph Katuka, are going to sign with high-profile programs this fall. Alabi, Scout.com's No. 42 prospect and one of the most improved players on the national scene, could decide this week. He's down to Arizona, Florida State and Virginia.
"Solomon has completed all his visits and he's in the process of making a decision," Sutton said. "He's making a decision this week and we'll be contacting the three schools."
Sutton couldn't be more pleased with the strides his big fella has made or the choices he has. "He's being recruited by schools at the highest level who have consistently been very good. Two programs are on the move and one has won the national championship."
"Last May in a spring league game he went in for a dunk a kid hit him in the right leg and he landed on the ground with all his weight on his left knee; his kneecap slid out of place. The MRI didn't show anything but the swelling wouldn't go down and we found floating cartilage. We had to get it cleaned up in late August and he's coming back."
Katuka has been to St. Joseph's on an unofficial visit and SMU gets to host him the second weekend in October. According to Sutton, North Carolina State and Virginia could receive October visits as well.