Right now Arizona, North Carolina State, Florida, Vanderbilt, Memphis and Oklahoma lead for his services. All but the hometown Tigers are expected to get visits. Right now he's expected to visit Tucson the weekend of September 24.
Arizona is the only western school on the list, but that does not seem to be a big deal to Prince.
"I have no problem gong way," Prince said.
Rumors have surfaced that it is between the Wildcats and Memphis, but Prince has denied those reports.
"Right now they are all even," he insisted. "They are all on the same level."
Prince is no different from most players in the fact that he loves the Wildcats' style of play and their tradition of developing players, especially guards.
"I love the way they get up and down the floor and score a lot," Prince explained. "They always have great athletes on the wing. Plus they have a great tradition of point guards."
Prince may be slated to make all five visits, but he isn't shy in saying that when he finds the right school he'll know it.
"Whenever I feel comfortable I'll pull the trigger. If I find the right school I'll know it."
He has an advantage that most recruits do not. Not only was his cousin a big time recruit, but his father has been on the other end of it. J.P.'s dad used to coach for Memphis and knows all the ends and outs of recruiting.
"My dad recruited people for 20 years. The people that call my house, he knows them. If you deal with me you have to be straight up because we'll find out regardless. He tells me where I shouldn't go to school but he won't tell me where I should go to school."
At 6-7 and only 175 pounds he has drawn a lot of comparisons to both his cousin and Livingston. They are comparisons he doesn't shy away from.
"I'm like Shaun Livingston with my passing and my size," Prince said. "On defense I am more like my cousin Tayshaun. I use my size to really disrupt things. I am also like a Lamar Odom type when it comes to scoring. I can take smaller players down low, but I can also shoot from the perimeter if that is what I need to do."
Despite the size and variety of skills, Prince wants to play point guard in college, and the teams on his list want him to fill that spot.