Rashad Vaughn to decide this weekend, 'good bet' he chooses ISU or UNLV

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Minnesota superstars-in-the-making Tyus Jones and Reid Travis have already announced where they'll be playing their college basketball, and the last member of the "Big 3", former Robbinsdale Cooper guard Rashad Vaughn, will do so this weekend.

Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reports that Vaughn, who transferred to Findlay Prep in Las Vegas for his senior year of high school, will either choose former Minnesota Timberwolves guard Fred Hoiberg's Iowa State Cyclones, or stay out west and go to UNLV.

Vaughn eliminated the University of Minnesota long ago, and his current list outside of Rothstein's prediction includes the two aforementioned schools, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Kansas.

Those last three are a who's who of basketball powerhouses, a list fit for a top-10 recruit in the nation.

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