Kaukauna (Wis.) 2018 point guard Jordan McCabe announced his decision on Tuesday. Meanwhile in the 2017 class, a number of recruits are in the final stages and beginning to set official visits for the fall. Here’s a look at the latest action happening in the Midwest.

2018 point guard Jordan McCabe committed to West Virginia. He chose the Mountaineers over Minnesota, Missouri, DePaul, Green Bay, and Milwaukee. 

2017 point guard Tai Bibbs has set official visits to Drake (Sept. 29) and Ball State (Aug. 26). He has other offers from IUPUI, Furman, South Dakota State, Illinois-Chicago, Toledo, Buffalo, Wright State, Drake, Belmont, William & Mary, Dartmouth, Evansville, Columbia, IPFW, Northeastern, and Lafayette. 

2017 small forward Kris Wilkes narrowed his list of choices down to Illinois, UConn, Xavier, UCLA, and Indiana. 

2018 guards Keontae White, Carlos Curtis, and Tyrese Haliburton all took visits to Northern Illinois last week. Haliburton also added his sixth offer from Toledo.

2017 power forward Isaiah Livers committed to Michigan on Saturday. He chose the Wolverines over Butler, Minnesota, California, Michigan State, and Boston College among others.

Kansas has offered 2017 power forward Jericho Simms. They join USC, UConn, Ohio State, Oregon, Florida, Texas, Illinois, Iowa State, Minnesota, and others.

2017 small forward Jamal Cain has set official visits to Marquette (Sept. 13) and Georgia (Sept. 23). 

2017 point guard Parker Stewart has set official visits to Kansas State (Aug. 26), Ole Miss (Sept. 10), and Nebraska (Sept. 17). His other finalists include Georgetown, LSU, Butler, and Wyoming. 

2017 shooting guard Sasha Stefanovic has cut his list of schools down to Valparaiso, Northern Iowa, St. Joseph’s, Loyola (IL), and Evansville. 

2017 power forward Chris Knight named a top five of Furman, Yale, Dartmouth, Elon, and Boston. He’s set official visits to Furman (Aug. 26) and Dartmouth (Aug. 19). 

2018 shooting guard Romeo Langford released a top 10 of Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina State, Purdue, Kansas, Vanderbilt, Indiana, North Carolina, UCLA, and Louisville. 

2018 center Daniel Oturu plans to visit Minnesota on Aug. 25. He holds offers from the Gophers, Memphis, Creighton, Providence, and Rhode Island

The annual NY2LA Sports Futures Camp will hit the hardwood again this fall on Saturday October 22, 2016.  The proving grounds for up and coming high school prospects has become synonymous with high caliber talent and breakout performances.  It is open to boys 2018, 2019, and 2020 prospects.

A one day camp held in Waukegan, Illinois, the Futures Camp has seen the emergence of new names and development of highly regarded prospects since its inception with past camp MVP’s including Cliff Alexander (Portland Trailblazers), Kevon Looney (Golden State Warriors), Deonte Burton (Iowa State), Jimmy Whitt (Arkansas then SMU), Nolan Narain (San Diego State), Jeremiah Tilmon (Illinois), etc.  

The camp is a one day exposure camp that will feature skill work and full length game play with all camp participants receiving lunch, a customized reversible jersey, t-shirt, socks, towel, etc.  Largely regarded as one of the premiere fall camps in the country, the 2016 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp is already confirmed to host some highly regarded prospects with regional and national recruiting services in the building.  

For more information on the 2016 NY2LA Sports Futures Camp CLICK HERE