Gavin Grant, 6-7, 200, WG-WF, St. Raymond (N.Y.)
The versatile swingman from Julius Hodge's old high school has basically narrowed the field to N.C. State and Pittsburgh. Grant has already visited the Panthers, so it's not out of the question that he could make a decision on his visit.
Anthony Morrow, 6-5, 185, WG, Charlotte Latin (N.C.)
Terrific, unselfish outside shooter who averaged 23.4 points, 7.6 rebounds and 4 assists as a junior. Didn't play much summer basketball. Has official visits set up to Tennessee the week prior to N.C. State and will head to Charlotte and Georgia Tech afterwards – if he doesn't pull the trigger first.
Alex Galindo, 6-7, 195, F, St. Benedict's (N.J.)
The Puerto Rico native has been back in his homeland for the last few weeks after a summer in which he clearly showed coaches and talent evaluators that he was a Top 50 talent. Is wide open in the process with numerous Big East schools (UConn, Villanova, Rutgers, Miami, Seton Hall) as well as Arizona, Virginia and UTEP in the mix.
Andrew Brackman, 6-9, 200, F, Cincinnati Moeller (Ohio)
The lanky forward burst onto the scene at the Peach Jam, but he has been a household name among national high school baseball experts because of his 90-mile-per-hour fastball. Wants to play both sports in college, but realistically could be a high major league baseball draftee and never see a college campus. Also likes Ohio State, Vanderbilt, Cincinnati, Purdue, Florida, Dayton, Arizona and UCLA.
Channing Toney, 6-4, 180, WG, Brookwood (Ga.)
The son of the "Boston Stangler," former Philadelphia 76ers scoring machine Andrew Toney, Channing is also a perimeter threat after a quality summer with the Georgia Stars. He averaged 23 points, 6 rebounds and 4.8 assists as a junior and is also looking at Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, Clemson, Gonzaga, Notre Dame and UAB.