Devonte Graham, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound senior point guard from Brewster Academy in New Hampshire, will make an official recruiting visit to Kansas University on Friday, Brewster coach Jason Smith reported Sunday on Twitter.
Graham, who recently was released from his letter-of-intent at Appalachian State, will visit North Carolina State a week from today. Graham also is considering Virginia, Virginia Tech, Providence and Xavier. Graham is currently unranked in the Class of 2014 by Rivals.com.
“Graham is a long and rangy point guard who is deceptively athletic,” writes Eric Bossi of Rivals.com. “He dribbles the ball with purpose, advances the ball up the floor via the pass in transition and is a very good on the ball defender. He doesn’t take a lot of risks and is usually quite efficient.”
In other recruiting news:
• Trevor Thompson, a 7-foot freshman at Virginia Tech, has announced plans to transfer to Ohio State. Thompson, who had expressed some interest in KU, averaged 5.0 points and 4.7 boards this past season. He chose Ohio State over Indiana, Purdue and Butler.
• Former Boston University point guard Maurice Watson committed to Creighton on Sunday, his father, Maurice Sr., told zagsblog.com. The 5-10 Philadelphia native chose Creighton over Illinois and Wichita State. He’d also expressed interest in KU.
• Independence Community College freshman guard Tarik Phillip on Sunday committed to West Virginia, according to Zagsblog.com. The 6-foot-2 Phillip, who averaged 18.7 points and 4.7 assists per game last season, said he also considered KU, Memphis and Oklahoma State.