Open tidbit thread.

Seymore Cox

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Nov 12, 2008
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Quincy Miller has offers from every school on his list except for North Carolina. The long list includes Duke, Kentucky, Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Memphis, Wake Forest, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State, Texas and Tennessee.

Johnny O'Bryant will likely wait till the spring of 2011 to make a decision, but right now he is considering offers from Florida State, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Kentucky and Memphis. Oklahoma, who has not yet offered, is also on his list.

Quincy Miller displayed flashes of brilliance on Wednesday. When he didn't look so good, it was a strength issue. The skill set is in place for this elite prospect. The big challenge is to get stronger.

Terrence Jones continues to impress with his versatility. The big left hander scored, rebounded, passed and blocked shots at a high level throughout the day. He has a unique feel for the game and could be something special if he plays in a system that utilizes him as a facilitator and runs the offense through him.

Tony Mitchell- The long and bouncy forward has certainly proved that he belongs in this setting. His game is still rough around the edges, but his talent is evident. His physique, athleticism and motor only will carry him along way, but he also possesses a skill set ready to blossom. Mitchell will likely land as a four-star prospect in the post summer Rivals150.

Phil Pressey- His defense has been impressive with his on the ball pressure, and as always Pressey has passed the ball at a high level throughout the event.
Dominique Ferguson rattled off a long list including Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Wake Forest, DePaul, Connecticut, Louisville and Duke. He appears to be in no rush to make a decision.

A number of schools on the hunt for a point guard are tracking KC Pump N Run's Trevor Releford. Releford is still wide open at the moment, but he does list offers from Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, Minnesota and Texas A&M.

Donovan Ross 6-foot-5, 185-pound small forward (2011- Jackson Panthers)- Ross was one of the most competitive players in attendance. More of a slashing wing and post up threat, Ross also rebounded the basketball at a high level. He is receiving interest from LSU, Auburn, Oklahoma, Baylor, Ole Miss and Jackson State

Seems like the coaches are very active.