One recruit who drew a lengthy crowd was five-star 2013 power forward Julius Randle.
Randle, who is rated the No. 2 player overall in his class by Scout.com, had head coaches from programs such as Duke, Texas, Kansas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Baylor, SMU, and NC State watching as he led the Team Texas Titans to a 5-0 record during EYBL's second session.
Clearly Randle wasn't fazed by the attention.
"I focus on myself and my team," he stated. "I'm not really worried about [the coaches]."
Listed at 6-foot-9 and 220 pounds, Randle is a load for the opposition. What makes him so special is his ability to handle the basketball and create for others while also being able to score in the paint and off the dribble.
"I'm dynamic and versatile," said Randle. "I feel like I can do a lot of different things on the court.
"I can improve on becoming an all-around player, shooting jumpshots, pull-ups, reading defenses... becoming a great defender."
One program he admits that is certainly under consideration is NC State. The Wolfpack began the weekend with assistant Bobby Lutz attending Randle's games on Friday night and Saturday morning. Orlando Early was on hand for his Saturday evening game and was joined Sunday morning by head coach Mark Gottfried.
What does Randle think of the Wolfpack?
"Their playing style is exciting," he said. "Coach Gottfried can coach. He came in and did a major job with the team this year. They have great assistants, great facilities, and great fans. There's nothing I don't like about NC State.
"With coach Gottfried, he can coach. You know he can do a great job with his players."
Randle has already been on the Wolfpack's campus, as he took an unofficial visit in January.
"It was amazing," he said. "I couldn't say it was everything I expected because I didn't know what NC State was going to be like, but I liked it."
Another positive for NC State is Randle's relationship with Wolfpack 2012 signee Rodney Purvis. The duo have been friends for a couple of years, having played together on the AAU circuit since the ninth grade (Purvis was originally a member of the 2013 class).
"That's one of my best friends," Randle stated. "He's a really good person. He cares about me. Me and Rodney have become really close throughout the AAU season. We have a pretty good relationship."
Randle knows that at some point he will need to make a college decision, but he isn't focused on that right now. He doesn't claim a true college list, and he says there is no leader or timetable for a decision.
In fact, his recruitment could extend into the spring of 2013 before coming to an end.
"Yeah, that's something I'm looking at, for sure," Randle said when asked about deciding next year. "[The attention is] not really a big deal to me, and I'm not worried about it at all. It's all a blessing to have the attention."