Rashad Vaughn (Photo: Star Tribune)
Kevon Looney will let his top choices be known by the end of the month, according to UMHoops.com's Joe Stapleton.
The 6'9", 194-pound power forward out of Milwaukee Hamilton has been compared to NBA superstar Kevin Durant. That's high praise. Looney is also considering Duke, Michigan and Florida, among others.
He's ranked as the No. 9 overall prospect of the 2014 class by 247Sports.
Michigan State has had great luck with Indiana players, so taking a closer look at North Central's (Indianapolis) Perry Poindexter wouldn't be a bad decision for Izzo to make.
The 6'7", 190-pounder comes from a basketball-rich area but isn't rated by 247Sports. Poindexter could be a steal for Izzo. Michigan, Xavier, Butler and Tennessee are interested in the power forward, too.
When it comes to elite shooting guards, Rashad Vaughn needs to be mentioned. Ranked No. 2 at the position by 247Sports, the Robbinsdale Cooper (Minneapolis) product has offers from Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky and Louisville, the defending national champion.
At 6'5" and 203 pounds, Vaughn is another prototypical 2-guard that would give the Spartans plenty of power. However, he's a package-deal player, and that's always a tough sell.
Vaughn, according to ZagsBlog, wants to play college ball with point guard Josh Perkins, who hasn't been recruited by Michigan State.
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