Bryson Scott, Basil Smotherman and Kendall Stephens have all been committed to Purdue for literally years.
Wednesday, they finally get to put pen to paper and make their commitments official, as the NCAA's early signing period begins.
It's a three-man class considered one of the top 25 classes in the country by Rivals.com.
Scott's a high-scoring combo guard from Fort Wayne's Northrop High School. Smotherman's a versatile 6-foot-7 forward from Lawrence North in Indianapolis. And Stephens, who just suffered a shoulder injury that could sideline him for his senior season, is a sharp-shooting 6-5 wing from St. Charles East High School in Chicagoland.
All three seniors-to-be will sign their letters-of-intent early this morning, freeing Coach Matt Painter to discuss them publicly for the first time during a media teleconference from New York City at 11 a.m.
In the meantime, check out highlight clips of each of them in action from the AAU season this past summer.