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Julius Randle

Just six top 100 prospects are still available in the 2013 recruiting class. Who is left? What's their current situations?

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Quick Take: The visit portion of Andrew Wiggins' recruiting process is over, as he's taken official visits to all four schools on his list. While Florida State and Kentucky have been the two getting the most ink throughout the Wiggins recruitment, Kansas has certainly done a very good job and per a source his visit there left a lasting impression. Now I'm not saying KU is getting Wiggins, but they are certainly in the mix. With all that said, Wiggins isn't tipping his hand and in a phone conversation with him on Tuesday he said he still doesn't have a timeframe on when he'll make his college choice.

Recruiting: Florida State, Kentucky, North Carolina & Kansas

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Quick Take: Of the elite players still available, Randle will be the next to come off the board. Scout.com's No. 5 player will announce on March 20th on ESPN. Randle has had most guessing for majority of his recruitment, but the school of thought is that Kansas and Kentucky are the two favorites heading into the final stretch.

Recruiting: Florida, Kansas, Kentucky & Texas

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Quick Take: Gordon is currently in the midst of a state playoff run so he has put his recruitment on the backburner. Gordon and Archbishop Mitty will play in the semi-finals of the CIF Open Division on Saturday. If they win, they'll play in the championship on the 23rd. After that we may begin to see some movement in the Gordon recruitment. Gordon is down to Arizona, Kentucky, Oregon and Washington. He added Oregon to his list late in the process. Gordon, a five-star forward, hasn't set a date for his college announcement.

Recruiting: Arizona, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon

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Quick Take: Keith Frazier set a decision date this week. The four-star guard will announce his choice on March 28th. He's taken recent visits to SMU and Texas Tech. He also committed to stopping by Texas A&M. That visit will take place this weekend. Auburn is working to get him on campus, but that visit is doubtful. Frazier wants to stay close to home and SMU has been the buzz school as of late. With that said, he has strong ties to both Texas Tech and Texas A&M. Should be a photo finish in the Frazier sweepstakes.

Recruiting: SMU, Texas Tech, Texas A&M & Auburn

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Quick Take: Rysheed Jordan is down to St. John's, Temple and UCLA. His travel team coach – Kamal Yard – had been adamant that Jordan wouldn't decide until after his senior season. I think Jordan is waiting to see what happens in Westwood with Ben Howland. To go with that, he's also trying to decide if he wants to stay close to home or move away. Jordan hasn't set a date for a college choice.

Recruiting: St. John's, Temple & UCLA

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Quick Take: Demetrius Henry, Scout.com's No. 92 player, is down to three schools – Miami, South Carolina and South Florida. Now that his season is over, Henry will start taking official visits to each of the three. Henry is visiting South Carolina this weekend. Once that trip concludes, he'll set up dates to visit Miami and South Florida, according to his coach Kenny Gillion.

Recruiting: Miami, South Carolina & South Florida

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