Here's a look towards this weekend's recruiting visits and other news. Some visits will depend on the status of Hurricane Matthew. This list will be updated throughout the weekend.
**Brandon Randolph, the 6-foot-6 shooting guard from the Westtown (PA) School and the PSA Cardinals, hits Arizona Thursday night and begins his official on Friday, a source said. A tremendous scorer and high-quality kid, Randolph has already visited Oregon and Syracuse, and is also considering Wake Forest. He also had a home visit with Indiana.
**Nojel Eastern, the 6-foot-6 point guard from Evanston (IL) Township, takes an official to Seton Hall beginning today (Thursday). He previously visited Michigan State.
**Rutgers is expected to host several recruits for their football game with Michigan on Saturday night, including Naz Reid, the 6-9 Class of 2018 big man from Roselle Catholic, along with Kahlil Whitney, their Class of 2019 guard.
**Jordan Nwora, the 6-8 small forward from Vermont Academy and the NY Rens, takes his first official to Georgia Tech. He recently trimmed his list to 12 schools. Nwora was also slated to meet Thursday morning with Louisville coach Rick Pitino.
**Cody Riley, a 6-7 power forward from Sierra Canyon (CA) High School, will take his second official visit to UCLA this weekend. Riley also took an unofficial to UCLA last month (Aug. 15). He recently cut his list to five: Kansas, USC, Oklahoma, UCLA and UConn
**Immanuel Quickley, the 6-3 point guard from John Carroll (MD), takes an unofficial to Miami. He went to Kansas last weekend and will also hit Kentucky, Louisville, Virginia and Duke in the next month.
**Daejon Davis, a 6-4 combo guard from Seattle (WA) Garfield, takes an official to Gonzaga after previously visiting Oregon and Stanford. He will also trip to Arizona (Oct. 14) and Washington (Oct. 21).
**Troy Brown Jr., the 6-7 small forward from Centennial (NV) High School, will take his fifth official visit to Georgetown this weekend. Brown has already taken visits to Ohio State (Sept. 2), Alabama (Sept. 9), Oregon (Sept. 23) and Kansas (Sept. 30).
**David Beatty, the 6-3 combo guard from Imhotep Institute (PA), also takes an official to Georgetown this weekend.
**Charles O'Bannon Jr., the 6-5 shooting guard from Bishop Gorman (NV) High School, takes his first second visit to USC after hitting UCLA last weekend. O'Bannon is down to four schools and has planned visits with N.C. State (Oct. 21), and Texas (Nov. 11).
**Kimani Lawrence, a 6-7 small forward from New Hampton (N.H.) School, takes his third official visit to Pittsburgh. Lawrence is down to five schools and has already taken an official to Arizona State (Sept. 23) and USC (Sept. 30). He has plans to visit Florida (Oct. 14), and Texas (Oct. 21).
**Ira Lee, the 6-8 power forward from Prolific Prep (CA), visits Oregon after tripping to Cal (Sept. 23). He also has visits planned to Arizona (Oct. 14) and Maryland (Oct. 21).
**Victor Bailey, a 6-3 point guard from Austin (TX) McNeil, also visits Oregon. He's also considering Texas A&M and Tulsa, among others.
**Devontae Shuler, the 6-3 shooting guard from Oak Hill (VA), visits Ole Miss after tripping to South Carolina and Oklahoma State.
**Deng Gak, the 6-11 center from Blair (N.J.) Academy, takes an official to Florida after previously visiting Miami. He is also set to hit Indiana (Oct. 14) and Kansas (Oct. 21).
**Florida also hosts Class of 2018 Providence Day (N.C.) point guard Devon Dotson on an unofficial. He recently visited Clemson and Tennessee. Florida also hosts Isaiah Stokes, the 6-8 Class of 2017 big man from IMG Academy (FL) and 2018 point guard Luguentz Dort of the Conrad Academy (FL). Stokes is also slated to visit UNC and TCU.