Brian Bowen, a five-star small forward out of La Lumiere School in Indiana, is now the last available five-star player in the class of 2017, per 247Sports' composite rankings.
There are 25 different composite five-star players in the class of 2017. 24 have now committed to schools. Bowen is the lone uncommitted five-star player, and it sounds like he's still wide open between a pretty disparate group of schools.
Per 247's Crystal Ball, which polls recruiting experts on where they think players will wind up, there isn't a great sense as to where Bowen will end up. 25-percent have him heading to Michigan State, which has become a pretty hot recruiter to go with Tom Izzo's long-elite coaching, 25-percent to DePaul (!), 20-percent to Oregon, 5-percent to Arizona, 5-percent to Creighton, and 20-percent are up in the air. 20 different voters submitted projections for Bowen.
For whatever it is worth, the most recent predictions are heavily on DePaul and Oregon. These might not be the only options, however. On Tuesday, Jon Rothstein reported that another big school is in the mix: Texas.
Basically, there is no consensus as to what Bowen will do. He is the last truly elite shoe to drop in this recruiting cycle, and there can't be much time left before he decides.