On Campus: September 4th

Every Friday in the fall we put together a comprehensive visit list, detailing the big weekend visitors. Here's the first installment of our "On Campus" feature.

Easily the biggest recruiting haul of the weekend is what Rick Pitino and his staff have put together at Louisville.

With their in-state rival – Kentucky – in town for the Battle of the Bluegrass football game, Louisville took advantage of what promises to be a crazy atmosphere during the fight for state bragging rights.

To go with four-star commitment Zach Price, Louisville will bring in top five prospect Quincy Miller as well as top 35 prospects Josiah Turner, Chane Behanan and Deuce Bello.

The weekend is absolutely huge for the Cardinals. On the football side they open a new part to their stadium, while on the hoops side they are looking to secure some verbal commitments from their top targets.

Although their weekends don't quite compare to Louisville's, Clemson, Michigan, Georgia and Tennessee have quietly assembled a strong list of visitors.

Clemson will have Allerick Freeman, Kyle Meyer, Shaquille Johnson, Shelton Mitchell and Sindarius Thornwell, while Michigan has Gary Harris, Glenn Robinson, Javonte Hawkins, Zak Irvin and 2011 commit Trey Burke scheduled for visits.

Georgia will welcome five-star commit Kentavious Caldwell set to visit campus. He'll also be joined by in-state four-star power forward Julian Royal. To go with those two 2011 prospects, they have 2012 standouts Evan Nolte and Jarmal Reid set to stop by.

Bruce Pearl and Tennessee will have a trio of prospects on campus on Saturday. They are bringing in 2011 commit Chris Jones to go with 2012 lead guard Braxton Ogbueze and 2013 power forward Shannon Hall.

September 4th Visit List

Antwan Space - Akransas
B.J. Young – Akransas
Andre HollinsAuburn
Jonathan Holmes - Baylor
DeMarcus HarrisonBYU
Austin KeelCreighton
Rodney HoodFlorida State
Julian Royal - Georgia
Kentavious Caldwell – Georgia
Cody Zeller - Indiana
Aaron WhiteIowa
Tyrus McGee (JUCO) – Iowa State
Jordan Shanklin - IUPUI
Lyonell Gaines – IUPUI
Chane Behanan - Louisville
Deuce Bello – Louisville
Josiah Turner – Louisville
Quincy Miller - Louisville
Zach Price – Louisville
Trey Burke – Michigan
Aaron Thomas - Nebraska
Kyan Anderson - Oklahoma
Devonte AbronOklahoma State
Brett Kingma - Oregon
Landon Lucas - Oregon
Austin Kuemper - Oregon
Patrick AckermanPenn State
Ben Dickinson – Princeton
Dylan Ennis - Rice
Julian DeBose - Rice
Myles MackRutgers
Maurice Harkless – St. John's
Tashawn Thomas – Temple, Houston
Chris Jones - Tennessee
Jamal BranchTexas A&M
Jehvon Clarke - Toledo
Julius Brown - Toledo
Shonn Miller – Toledo
George MatthewsUtah
D'Von Campbell - UTEP
Kentawn Smitih - UT-Chatanooga
Xavier Rimmer - UT-Chatanooga
Kedren Johnson - Vanderbilt

Isaiah Austin - Baylor
Kyle Meyer - Clemson
Shaquille Johnson – Clemson
Taylor Barnette – Eastern Kentucky
Evan Nolte - Georgia
Jarmal Reid - Georgia
D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera - Georgetown
Daniels Uchefu - Georgetown
Kevin FerrellIndiana, Notre Dame
Perry Ellis - Kansas
Gary Harris – Michigan
Glenn Robinson – Michigan
Javonte Hawkins – Michigan
Prince Ibeh – Oklahoma
Jelon Hornbeck – Oklahoma
Gavin Thurman – Oklahoma
Braxton Ogbueze – Tennessee
Chris Harrison-Docks - Utah
Kyle AndersonSeton Hall, Villanova & LaSalle
Omar Calhoun – Seton Hall
Shaquille Cleare - Texas A&M

Allerick Freeman – Clemson
Shelton Mitchell – Clemson
Sindarius Thornwell - Clemson
Semi Ojeleye – Kansas State
Zakari Irvin – Michigan
V.J. Beachem – Notre Dame
Shannon Hale – Tennessee
Aaron Harrison – Texas A&M
Andrew Harrison – Texas A&M
Nick Emery – Utah
Greg McClinton - Xavier

James Blackmon - Indiana

You can also shuffle through the visits on our visits pages:
-September 4th: 2011 Visitors
-September 4th: 2012 Visitors
-September 4th: 2013 Visitors

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