Xavier has Mack and Murray watching a pair of 2017 wings. The Muskies are clearly preparing to add some depth at the SF in the 2017 class.
Reeves is a 6'5" shooting guard out of Massachusetts with a ton of potential. He is a strong and athletic slasher who finishes really well around the rim. His jumper is solid and developing out beyond the arc. Providence, Louisville, UConn, and URI are among other programs that have offered.
Eastern is a bigger (6'6") guard who is kind of a combo more than a pure 1 or 2. His shooting from deep is intermittent, but he gets into the defense well and is a good playmaker. He's an ESPN 100 player with interest from top teams from the Big East, Big Ten, and Pac 12.
Hooray for the July evaluation period! Nwora is a big wing with interest literally from coast to coast, with everyone from UConn to USC pursuing his services.
I don't know what this will lead to, but it can't be bad. After watching the first four games of the NBA Finals, I don't see where Tristan Thompson does anything Big Game James can't.
Matthews was a top-50 wing prospect coming out of high school and has NBA-level athleticism. He would be a good get for a Xavier team that figures to lose a lot of perimeter talent after this season.
Marshall is a soon to be top-100 wing out of DC. He is long and athletic and does a good job of finishing through contact. His body is starting to fill out, and he works hard on the defensive end. Marshall has already had a visit to Xavier and has a visit to Va Tech scheduled.
You can tell from the names left on the list that Scruggs is a top recruit. He's currently 35th overall and 7th among point guards in the 2017 class according to ESPN. Xavier has been prioritizing him as a recruit, and he'd be a great add to the class. His sophomore mixtape can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUpOB7Nt_Fc
Crap on a corndog, this guy is monstrous. He's a left-handed center from Middletown who holds an offer from Xavier. Click through for more info.
Hunter is a 6'3" guard who can really score the basketball. He averaged nearly 30 a game as a sophomore and dropped 50 in a win in January. Along with Xavier, he's being recruited by Butler, most schools in Indiana, and most of the Big Ten.