The leaves are turning, the temperature is (theoretically) dropping, and college football is back in full swing. What does that mean for college hoops? Recruiting and official visit season are about to be in full swing. Over the next two months, we could see upwards of 40 of the remaining 55 ESPN 100 prospects make commitments -- with the rest deciding to wait until the late signing period. Moreover, college coaches are allowed to visit recruits and watch prospects on Friday -- for the first time since July. We will really get a gauge on which schools are prioritizing which prospects in 2017, as coaches will likely hit their top targets for in-home visits. Schools without any official visitors this weekend will be busy on Friday and Saturday, visiting prospects at their high schools or in their living rooms. Here are some of the big storylines heading into the weekend.