Kansas basketball recruiting: Roddy Peters will visit mid-October

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Prep point guard Roddy Peters, who is the No. 39 basketball recruit in the country, will make an official visit to KU later this month.

District Height, Md. point guard Roddy Peters will pay a visit to the University of Kansas campus on Oct. 19, according KUSports.com's Gary Bedore. The trip was scheduled during Peters's in-home visit with Jayhawks head coach Bill Self on Tuesday.

Peters is the 39th-ranked basketball recruit in the country, per Rivals.com. The 6'4, 180-pounder from Suitland High School is a four-star recruit who has already made visits to Rutgers and Xavier, and has one lined up with UCLA for this Friday. In addition to those schools, Peters also has Georgetown, Maryland, Memphis, Seton Hall and Virginia Tech on his radar.

The Jayhawks have also scheduled an Oct. 4 visit from fellow point guard Frank Mason, and are narrowing in on top-recruit Julius Randle and the country's No. 8 prep player, James Young.

So far, the Jayhawks have landed commitments to two players -- four-star recruits Conner Frankamp and Brannen Greene -- for the class of 2013.

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