A large number of schools have offered point guard Dominic MaGee, but one school stands out above them all.
Oklahoma State has the inside track on MaGee.
"Oklahoma State is on me the hardest and want me to commit," MaGee told 247Sports. "I have a really good relationship with (Assistant) Coach Pierre and Coach Ford. They were the first school to do a home visit with me. After they watched me play in Los Angeles this spring, they came to my house the next Monday."
MaGee wants to visit Oklahoma State soon. If a visit doesn't seal the deal, MaGee also has offers from Oklahoma, LSU, Memphis, UCLA, Arizona, Houston, Minnesota, Texas A&M, Alabama, Auburn and Tulsa to consider.
A dynamic 2015 6-0 point guard, Sanders plays for the same travel team as Shane Larkin played for. Those are big shoes to fill, but Sanders does have a game reminiscent of Larkin's.
Sanders is explosive to the rim and has strength and quickness on defense. Exactly what kind of shooter he is isn't quite clear.
He currently holds offers from Memphis, Marquette, Murray State, Georgia Southern and UCF. However, Michigan, who hasn't offered yet, is recruiting Sanders the hardest.
"Michigan is recruiting me the hardest," Sanders told 247Sports. "They want me to visit. I really like them, the school, the staff. I'm in contact with the coaches and Coach Beilein a lot. They have been on me since day one."
Louisville is also pressing Sanders to visit while Oklahoma State, Georgia and Miami are showing interest as well.
The Louisville commitment went ballistic in his first game of the day, shooting 12-21 with five three-pointers for 29 points. An extremely
The Northwestern commitment has simply played a strong all around game from his wing position. He has scored at all three levels, done an adequate job handling the ball and has been strong on defense and on the glass.
A tremendous athlete as an undersized power forward in the 2015 class, Silva specializes in defending, rebounding and running the floor. There is also potential for him to develop offensively.
Physical strength isn't a hallmark of his game, but this 2015 forward can stroke it from outside and has some bounce to his game.
The Maryland commitment is a smooth athlete with a smooth jump shot. He also showed a feel for the game with his rebounding and passing.