BruinBlitz.com reports that Harvard will receive a recruiting visit on September 16 from Spencer Dinwiddie (Taft HS) Los Angeles, CA, 6-4, G. A point guard, Dinwiddie will visit Cambridge the same weekend as Andre Hollins (White Station HS) Memphis, TN, 6-3, G per Dave Telep of Scout.com. Hollins will also visit Auburn, Minnesota, Ole Miss and Stanford, while Dinwiddie plans to visit Oregon after Harvard, will possible visits to Colorado, Georgetown and Stanford.
If Harvard does not land Hollins or Dinwiddie, they could land another elite point guard in Patrick Lucas Perry (Powers Catholic) Flint, MI, 5-10, G. Lucas Perry told MichiganPreps.com, "I have strong interest in Harvard, Northwestern, Oakland, Michigan State, those kinds of schools." He also confirmed that he holds offers from Harvard, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio, Oakland and South Florida.
John Schoof (Woodson HS) Fairfax, VA, 6-6, F, committed to American over interest from Penn, Princeton and Harvard per several sources.
MinnesotaPreps.com reports that Michael Emge (Fairbault HS) Fairbault, MN, 6-4, G, has interest from Harvard, Hartford, Northern Arizona, Central Michigan, South Dakota, South Dakota St., and North Dakota.
Scout.com and NEHoops report that Ryan McCoy (Montgomery HS) Montgomery, NJ, 6-6, F, has offers from Manhattan and Citadel. He recently visited Dartmouth and New Hampshire.
Luke Hager (Whitney Young HS) Chicago, IL, 6-7, F, told ChicagoHoops.com that he is involved with Harvard, Penn, TCU, Hawaii, Sam Houston State, Central Michigan, and Akron.
Shelby Moats (Waconia HS) Waconia, MN, 6-8, F, told MinnesotaPreps.com that he hopes to narrow his college list to "about four" high-major schools, "one or two" mid-majors and "one or two" from the Ivy League. He has already visited Harvard, Princeton and Yale from the Ivy League.
NJHoops.com reports that Dom Hoffman (Gil St. Bernards) Martinsville, NJ, 6-6, F, has an offer from La Salle and recently unofficially visited Penn and Princeton. He is also considering Siena, Albany, Boston University and Monmouth.