Glass holds offers from Tennessee and Auburn but is picking up interest from Memphis and South Carolina.
But there are plenty of other potentially impactful prospects available as well and 247Sports national recruiting analyst William Gunter takes a look at 10 of the top unsigned seniors.
Tevin Glass (Marietta, Ga./Milton) – Memphis and South Carolina are the latest schools to show interest in Glass, who already holds offers from Tennessee and Auburn. The 6-foot-8 forward, who played alongside Georgia signee Charles Mann and Virginia signee Evan Nolte, has great length and an excellent motor around the basket. He also has range that extends out to 10 feet.
Darrell Johnson (St. Louis, Mo./Parkway North) – Johnson is fresh off a visit to Virginia Tech last weekend and is mulling a trip to Memphis this weekend. Alabama and Kansas State have also expressed interest in the 6-foot-8, 220 pound power forward. Averaging 16 points and 12 rebounds per game as a senior at Parkway North, Johnson can bring a physical presence to the interior.
Thaddeus Hall (Brooklyn, NY/Thomas Jefferson) – Hall is scheduled to visit South Carolina this weekend and could potentially be the first commitment for new coach Frank Martin. The 6-foot-5 scoring guard missed half of the season at Thomas Jefferson because of academics but upon his return, averaged close to 30 points per game. Hall is a solid perimeter shooter but excels more at attacking the basket and will be a big offensive addition to any recruiting class.
Sam Cassell Jr. (Fitchburg, Mass. /Notre Dame Prep) – The 6-foot-3 guard committed to Maryland in late March but appears to have re-opened his recruitment and is now considering South Florida and Florida State as well. The son of the former NBA point guard by the same name, Cassell is a combo guard with a high basketball I.Q. that could provide an instant scoring impact as a freshman.
Ian Baker (Jacksonville, Fla./Arlington Country Day) – Baker has already made two commitments during the recruiting process, having pledged to South Carolina in October and then Providence two weeks ago. According to AAU Coach Antwain Tennell, Baker is no longer committed to the Friars but still has them under consideration along with Seton Hall, South Carolina, Auburn and Western Kentucky. Baker is a well built point guard that has good quickness and a scorer's mentality.
Anthony January (Woodland Hills, Calif./Taft) – January watched his stock rise with a big senior season. Memphis has made him a top priority while New Mexico and UNLV have also extended offers. Other west coast schools such as Washington, Oregon and San Diego State are all keeping an eye on the smooth 6-foot-8 wing prospect with great athleticism. January could be an instant impact prospect with his ability to be physical in the paint and handle the ball in transition.
Philip Nolan (Milwaukee, Wis./Riverside Academy) – Oklahoma, Tennessee, Memphis, Missouri and Minnesota have shown interest in the 6-foot-10 forward. Rumors are that he will likely end up at a prep school for a year, but Nolan has the skills to make some plays at the wing position and can consistently knock down the open 15-footer. Will need to add some weight and strength.
Sheldon Jeter's stock is through the roof after averaging 22 points per game this season.
Darrick Wood (Washington, D.C./Bridgton Academy) – The one-time St. John’s commitment is drawing interest from Texas, Washington, South Florida, Memphis and Maryland. The 6-foot-4 guard is known for his ability to score and he is fantastic at attacking the basket and has nice range on his perimeter shot. Wood has the ability to create his own shot but like Nolan, needs to add some strength and may prep for a year before heading off to college.
Sheldon Jeter (Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls) – Jeter has blown up on the recruiting scene late in the process, averaging 22 points per game for Beaver Falls this season. The 6-foot-8 combo forward has seen offers come in from Wisconsin, Penn State, South Carolina, Florida State, Seton Hall, Vanderbilt and Pittsburgh. Jeter has already taken visits to Wisconsin, South Carolina and Kansas State but is also very familiar with the hometown Nittany Lions. Jeter's versatility presents a mismatch both on the wing and in the post.
Devon Walker (Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven) –Walker originally committed to Central Florida but will now decide between Alabama and Florida Friday. The 6-foot-6 wing player took an official visit to Alabama in February and took an unofficial to Florida also. Walker is more of a scoring wing but is capable of stepping over and running the point as well.
Will Gunter is a national basketball recruiting analyst for 247Sports