Telep: Pump & Run - Day Two Notes

<b>HENDERSON, Nev. –</b> Want to know who was in the stands watching on Saturday? Need more of the skinny on school lists? We've got you covered in Saturday's notes section.

News & Notes

Mario Chalmers drew an early morning crowd that consisted of Arizona assistant Josh Pastner and Georgia Tech's Willie Reese. By the end of the day in his final game, the crowd thickened. Marquette's Tom Crean was the only head coach recruiting him in the building. Florida, Georgia Tech, UCLA, Wisconsin and Kansas had assistants in the building in an attempt to show Chalmers the love. …

J.P. Prince is listing Florida, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Memphis, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi and UConn. Tulane, Oklahoma, Arkansas, DePaul, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech watched him today. …

Oklahoma is preparing to host none other than Malik Hairston on an official visit next weekend. Meanwhile in Milwaukee, the Marquette Golden Eagles will bring Leo Criswell onto campus. … DePaul had assistant Gene Cross watching Devon Jefferson in the morning. … Oregon State head coach Jay John was watching Compton Magic sophomore Jervaughn Johnson and junior guard Anthony Goods. Speaking of Goods, Iowa head coach Steve Alford was evaluating him. Stanford, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech were as well. …

Lorenzo Romar was busy on Saturday. He watched Davon Jefferson, Artem Wallace, Marcus Williams and Terrence Williams in action. … Speaking of Jefferson, his interest list reads Washington, Oregon, Oregon State and Southern Cal. …

The Baylor Bears, according to Houston Select guard Henry Dugat, are recruiting him the hardest. Right now, Baylor is the leader. Texas, Texas A&M and Florida have been spending some time watching him lately. …

Tyler Hansbrough, one of the elite players in the Class of 2005, is on his official visit to Kentucky this weekend. This is his fourth official visit as he's been to UNC, Missouri and Florida. …

Marquette's Tom Crean joined a slew of Midwest assistant coaches in watching sophomore Jerel McNeal. The Mean Streets wing has an early list that consists of Marquette, Purdue, Wisconsin, DePaul, Illinois, Arizona and Kentucky. …

Mean Streets sophomore power forward Catron Joevan has a wishlist Iowa, Florida State, Arizona, Wake Forest, Illinois and Marquette. …

Scout's Seat

What's impressive about Mario Chalmers is his attention to detail at both ends. He's going to a big time defender in college. … Calvin Williams of Memphis Pump & Run lacks strength but makes up for it with quick feet and he's got a live, athletic body. He's also not afraid of contact. …

J.P. Prince of Memphis has terrific vision. He's got a gift. … Houston Select guard Henry Dugat relies heavily on his right hand. … Mean Streets is the hardest playing defensive team in the tournament. … Devon Jefferson and Anthony Goods reportedly had outstanding events last weekend but have been so-so here. Jefferson was kneed in the thigh and that's slowing him down. Goods wasn't hitting his jumper in the morning. …


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