This week’s Visitation Nation takes a look at the recent college campus visits from four of the country’s top ranked prospects.
Wilson In Chapel Hill
Aj’a Wilson of Columbia, S.C., visited North Carolina for their game versus Duke. The class of 2014 forward has become one of the nation’s elite players over the past year. A 6-4 forward, Wilson has shown the ball skill to play on the perimeter with the size to be effective at the power forward spot as well. On her visit to Carmichael Arena, the five-star prospect sat with current 2013 help writing 250 word essay scholarship examples signee Diamond DeShields of Norcross, Ga., and Te’a Cooper of Powder Springs, Ga., as well. Cooper, a five-star class of 2015 point guard, has already pledged to the Tar Heels.
Middleton Checks Out Rocky Top
Alexa Middleton of Murfreesboro, Tenn., is one of the nation’s top plapyers in the 2014 class. Last week, the 5-8 shooting guard visited Tennessee for their Big Monday game versus Notre Dame. Though the visiting Fighting Irish pulled away from the victory, Middleton was impressed with the atmosphere the game provided. Landing the four-star prospect would give Tennessee coach Holly Warlick a long-range shooting threat. Warlick was in to watch Middleton play two weeks ago and offered her a master thesis writing help scholarship this week. An ELITE 25 ranked prospect, Middleton also has interest from Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU Rutgers and Vanderbilt.
Kentucky Hosts Morris
Kentucky has used quality recruiting to position themselves as a top five team in the nation going into February. The Wildcats already have an eye on 2015 as they hosted ELITE 60 prospect Maci Morris of Pineville, Kent., for their game versus Georgia. The 6-foot wing already has an offer from the Wildcats and they’ve been to see her multiple times this school uniform essays school season as well. Morris projects as a small forward but her activity on both ends of the floor makes the four-star player a matchup problem inside or outside. Her recruiting reflects that as she has interest from Dayton, Stanford and Wake Forest amongst others.
Iademarco Heads West
Four-star prospect Nicole Iademarco of The Woodlands, Texas took a trip to visit Arizona State this past weekend. The 5-11 wing was a player of note at the McDonald’s Invitational in mid-November playing the point guard position for her high school team. The versatility in her game reminds us of Auburn signee Katie Frerking. In high school, she plays alongside 2013 post Kelsey Lang, a Texas signee. We’ll help with writing essays at university see her again in March at the Cy-Fair Evaluation Camp in Houston.
#PeachStateTV: Recruiting analyst Brandon Clay teams up with Marques Burnett to talk four prospects in Visitation Nation
Brandon Clay is the publisher of the JumpOffPlus.com and the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc. The service is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the EBA Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at BrandonClay@PeachStateBasketball.com