BYU Basketball: Who's Next? Cougars targeting their next crop of recruits

All-American guard Jimmer Fredette is back in the fold for another year after testing the NBA waters, and junior college transfer Stephen Rogers has been lured away from rival Utah State.

Prep superstar Kyle Collinsworth from nearby Provo High is already playing in pickup games with and against his future teammates, and flashy but inconsistent guard Michael Loyd Jr. has been kicked off the team, but not the campus, nor the pickup games, oddly enough.

Brigham Young's basketball roster for the 2010-11 season is finally set, solidified to the point that coach Dave Rose is on his first real vacation since last June's awful news broke that he had a form of pancreatic cancer.

Sounds like a perfect time to size up the next crop of BYU basketball recruiting targets -- guys who are just finishing up their junior years of high school.

Coaches cannot comment on specific recruits until those players have signed national letters of intent with their schools, but through a variety of sources, The Tribune has learned where Rose and his staff are focusing their efforts this spring and summer, the periods when college basketball recruiting is at its peak.

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