Muhammad, from Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman, and Parker, from Lithonia (Georgia) Miller Grove, took official visits to Kansas this last weekend, attending the big rivalry game between KU and Missour.
"It was just totally electric," Parker told Scout.com.
"Wherever we went they were wearing their KU colors, their shirts and things of that nature," Ron Holmes, Muhammad's father, said. "The love they have for the players and coaches, it really blew me away."
Parker and Muhammad are close, and had arranged to go on their official visits to Kansas together. Parker now has finished all five of his official visits, having also tripped to UCLA, Duke, Memphis and Ohio State.
"Then we'll have one more (visit) left," Holmes said. "We're not sure if he's going to use that one or not, so we'll see."
Both Muhammad and Parker are McDonald's All-Americans (and close to UCLA-committed McDonald's All-American, Kyle Anderson). Reports are that Parker plans to announce his decision at the McDonald's All-American March 28th.
We've also heard that Muhammad could announce his choice of school anytime after his Duke visit.
You could anticipate, though, that Muhammad might hold out on announcing until at least the McDonald's All-American game, or even wait until sometime in April.
The Late Signing Period begins April 11th.