Jahlil Okafor is much like Cliff Alexander. He is an incredibly skilled big man from the Chicago area, who hasn't made up his mind where he will play his college ball.
However, Okafor has at least trimmed his list down a little bit more. His list includes Baylor, Kentucky, Arizona, Ohio State, Kansas, Duke, Illinois and Michigan State.
The biggest competition in this recruitment could have nothing to do with the other schools, though, as much as it has to do with one other player.
That player is point guard Tyus Jones.
There are rumors that Jones and Okafor want to play together in college, and while Jones isn't commonly regarded as having Kentucky high on his list, it could deter Okafor from coming to play for Calipari.
According to Raphielle Johnson of College Basketball Talk, the word is that both players are leaning toward playing at Duke. However, Okafor has come out to say that isn't true, per Johnson.
You have to think there is something there, though, and these two players will do their best to play together at the next level.
If Jones commits before Okafor does, keep an eye out for reports on how Okafor's recruitment changes.