A couple items of note:
"last summer, Rysheed Jordan emerged on the national scene as a potential big-time point guard prospect in the class of 2013. Friday, the Philadelphia (Pa.) Vaux product proved that he's no fluke.
Outside of the current number one overall player in the 2013 Rivals150 -- Andrew Harrison -- there isn't a point guard in the country with a better blend of size, athleticism and ability to create. On top of that, Jordan is a competitor and it's clear that kids enjoy playing with him."
It also goes on to say that Maryland is recruiting him the hardest right now and he will take an official visit to Maryland.
Dwayne Morgan backed up his status as a high four-star prospect in the class of 2014. The Baltimore (Md.) City College has great size and length for a wing and a good skill base. Syracuse, Clemson, Maryland, West Virginia, George Mason are all involved while UNLV has offered. Morgan mentioned that he's trying to set up and unofficial visit to Texas. He'll run with Baltimore's Finest this summer.---the bad news here is that a good friend of mine was his assistant H.S. coach and told me last year, as I posted at the time, that Texas was his "dream" school. So Bino has his work cut out for him there.
Physical 6-foot-4 guard Stanford Robinson played like a beast all day. He handled the ball, attacked and stroked just enough jumpers to keep defenders honest. The 2013 Rivals150 member reports offers from Marquette, Villanova, N.C. State, Maryland and says that he has interest from most of the ACC and Big East, while Texas has recently reached out.---a lot of competition but at least we are still in the mix with him.