"He's keeping us busy," Ross told Scout.com. "He's had a bunch of guys coming through."
"It's still early," Ross said. "He'd like to maybe go see some places unofficially at first. It's still very early. He's still getting a sense of who is interest and who is keeping him warm."
Ali, a 6-foot-3, 180-pound guard, impressed with his play this spring and summer and finished in the post-July rankings at No. 80 overall in the 2015 class.
"Prince is doing great," he said. "Prince is an explosive athlete. He's a tremendous athlete and he's a 2015 so he has a little more time."