Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.
Los Angeles, CA (Future150) -- With a long weekend ahead, many recruits have decided to take advantage of the Labor Day holiday and get out and make visits.
From East Coast to West Coast, recruits will be spread out across the country.
CALIFORNIA & BAYLOR SET FOR BIG WEEKENDS
None may be more impressive than the list of visitors the California Golden Bears have lined up.
Future150 considers Cal to be the heavy favorite for Bird, so expect him to push for Gordon and Lee to join him in Berkeley.
Baylor is using a different approach as far as visitors go. Instead of hosting seniors, Scott Drew and his staff will host the top JUCO player in the nation and underclassmen.
Chris Jones, a former Tennessee signee, will take an official out to Waco this weekend for his first official visit.
TALENTED GUARDS MAKING TRIPS
Several top-notch guards will also make some trips to schools in their lists.
Canadian sharp-shooter Xavier Rathan-Mayes arrived in Tallahasee Friday night for an unofficial visit to Florida State; many consider the Seminoles to be the favorites at this point.
Demetrius Jackson, now ranked No. 11 in the 2013 Future150 rankings, begins his first official visit to Illinois this weekend.
San Diego State will also have a big weekend with several visitors, but Darin Johnson could be huge for the Aztecs.
TOP UNDERCLASSMEN MAKING VISITS
Arguably the next best prospect to emerge out of Baltimore will travel to Chapel Hill this weekend. Dwayne Morgan, a 2014 forward, had a big summer, and it looks like the top schools are taking notice. North Carolina will be the first of many big visits for this young star.
Isaiah Briscoe, one of the best point guards in 2015, will also make a trip this weekend. The 6-foot-3 guard will make the short trip to Syracuse, where his sister goes to school.
Don't be surprised if some schools come away with commitments following this first big weekend. Many other recruits will be on other campuses.