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76 of our Top 100 2017 prospects are off the board but there is plenty of talent for college coaches who are still search for players to complete their 2017 recruiting class. Here is a look at the top uncommitted seniors.

The nation's top ranked point guard, Trevon Duval (IMG Academy), is nearing a decision with Duke, Seton Hall, Kansas, Arizona and Baylor still in the mix.

French combo guard Sylvain Francisco (West Oaks Academy) has visited some of the top junior college programs in the country and is also looking at 4-year program options. The athletic, high scoring guard played for the Showtime Ballers on the adidas Gauntlet last month.

Lead guard KJ Fitzerald (Cardinal Newman) was an All-State and All-Area selection this season. Our #31 ranked player in the class in fielding interest from every level of Division 1.

Bosnian big man Milan Stakic (Conrad Academy) has shown plenty of improvement since arriving in Orlando this fall. The 7'0 center has gotten in better shape and seems more comfortable playing with his back to the basket. Mid-high major programs are in pursuit.

Head Coach Stephen McLaughlin has a quartet of scholarship level players still going through the recruiting process led by DJ Russell who was a First-Team All-Area selections after averaging over 21 points and 10 rebounds per game at Potter's House. Ultra quick lead guard Mike McDougal scored nearly 15 points per game this season while running the team. Athletic combo guard Tyriek Railey and big man Charlie Daniels are both quality prospects for college coaches see as well.

Former Oklahoma State commit Latravian Glover (South Miami) has been released from his NLI and is looking for a new home for the fall of 2017.

First-Team All-County selection Geremy Taylor (Blanche Ely) is a versatile perimeter player with good length, size and athleticism. Our 60th ranked player in the 2017 class is hearing from low-mid major programs as well as high level junior college programs.

High flying combo guard Ivan Smith (Oviedo) averaged over 20 points per game and was an All Central Florida selection this season. Smith played with Team CP25 during the April evaluation period.

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