Jacque Vaughn, a 6-0 basketball point guard from Muir High in Pasadena, Calif., has narrowed his college choices to two schools Kansas and Michigan.
Vaughn, rated the second-best high school point guard in the country by recruiting expert Bob Gibbons, has eliminated both Indiana and UNLV, Gibbons reported. Vaughn will likely make a decision next week, following this weekend's trip to Kansas.
Originally slated to visit KU on Nov. 7, Vaughn will instead attend the Kansas-Kansas State football game. Vaughn has already made a trip to Michigan.
Gibbons predicts Vaughn will select Kansas.
Meanwhile, KU recruit Scot Pollard, a 6-10 center from Kennewick, Wash., visited Arizona last weekend. He's considering Arizona, Arizona State and KU, and possibly some other Pac-10 schools.
Kansas has already received oral commitments from B.J. Williams, a 6-8 forward from Wichita South and Nick Proud, a 6-10 center from Sandy, Utah. The Jayhawks have two scholarships left to give. The week-long national signing period begins Nov. 11.