UCLA Has a Visitor Coming In This Weekend

Oct. 7 -- It's a relatively quiet weekend for official visits but Miami and Marquette lead the way on a weekend that will still see some key trips for highly ranked prospects, including a visit from a big-time power forward to UCLA...

Long-Time Lean Visiting UCLA


Cody Riley, the nation's #6-ranked power forward from Chatsworth (Calif.) Sierra Canyon, will take an official visit to UCLA this weekend.  Riley has long been a UCLA lean, with the Bruins leading Kansas, USC and Connecticut.  He visited USC and Kansas, but the feeling is that UCLA is still in the driver's seat and could seal the deal with a commitment this weekend. 

Miami has big weekend

There will be some high level talent on Miami's campus this weekend.

The Hurricanes' visitor list will be headlined by Immanuel Quickley, Scout's 10th ranked prospect in the 2018 class. The five-star point guard will be joined by Top 50 2017 small forward Rayshaun Hammonds and Top 60 2018 power forward Emmitt Williams.

Miami will also have local 2019 prospect Scott Barnes on campus. 


Marquette Madness brings visitors

Marquette will have one of the biggest visit weekends in the country thanks to Marquette Madness. Five-star 2018 point guard Courtney Ramey will make it to campus, along with a handful of other key targets.

The Golden Eagles will also host Top 75 2017 power forward Race Thompson, Top 100 2018 power forward Grayson Carter, 2018 small forward Jarvis Thomas and Top 15 2019 power forward Nobal Days.

With two Top 25 prospects and a few other talented players heading to Marquette, the Golden Eagles staff continues to do a good job recruiting.


Other key visits

ArizonaBrandon Randolph

Arizona StateLindell Wigginton

ConnecticutBrandon WilliamsKhavon Moore

GeorgetownTroy BrownDavid Beatty

Georgia TechJordan Nwora

GonzagaDaejon Davis

IllinoisMayan Kiir

MississippiDevontae ShulerJamarko Pickett

North CarolinaGarrison Brooks

NC StateIke Obiagu

OregonIra LeeV.J. Bailey

Penn StateRasir Bolton

PittsburghKimani Lawrence

Seton HallNojel Eastern

StanfordBranden Carlson

Texas A&MBrandon Rachal

USCChuck O'Bannon

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