Trayvon Reed, a 6-11, 215-pound class of 2014 center at Shiloh High in Snellville, Ga., is rated as the number four prospect in the country for his signee class by Scout.com. Reed has early offers from Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Miami and Memphis.
Reed, a standout at the Under Armour Hoop Group Pitt Jam Fest this spring, has excellent mobility for a player his size. He plays for Atlanta Express, an outstanding AAU team.
Trayvon Reed is shown at a basketball camp.
Another Georgian expected at the camp is Jabari McGhee, a 6-6, 180 small forward from Monroe High in Albany. A three-star prospect, who is also getting plenty of attention, that is expected to continue throughout the summer as he also performs for Atlanta Xpress.
Another player making the trip in from the Houston area is class of 2014 guard/forward prospect Joe Burton from Lutheran North High.
Mavin Saunders, a 6-2, 210 three-star power forward from Kinkaid High, is also scheduled to visit from the Houston area.
A player expected to be one of the top big men in the state of Alabama for the 2014 class is six-foot-eight William Lee from Dallas County High in Plantersville, the school that sent football player Keymiya Harrell to Auburn.
Another in-state class of 2014 prospect expected to camp at Auburn is 5-10 point guard Justin Coleman from Wenonah High in Birmingham.
Jarvis Calhoun, another point guard from the Birmingham area, is expected to attend. He plays at Hewitt-Trussville High.
Tahj Shamsid-Dee, a class of 2013 point guard from Columbia High in Decatur, Ga., is expected at the AU camp.
Riley Norris, a 6-7 small forward who is one of the top class of 2014 prospects in the state, is expected to make the trip to Auburn from Albertville.
An even younger player from north Alabama is 6-4 D.J. Harvey, a class of 2017 prospect, is expected to participate in the camp.