Minnesota doesn't normally produce multiple five-star players in a given high school class, but with Duke-bound point guard Tyus Jones emerging at an early age, everyone else took a back seat.

Rashad Vaughn was one of those players. He received early offers from a handful of high-major schools – including Minnesota, Baylor, Iowa State and others. But he didn't truly burst onto the national scene until the spring and summer of his sophomore year of high school, playing on the AAU circuit for Net Gain Sports in 2012. He proved himself as one of the premier scorers in the country, and then continued to dominate throughout his junior year – eventually making the move to under-the-radar scoring guard to elite-level five-star prospect.

As Vaughn continued to rise up the rankings, all the big boys came into the picture. Kansas was interested, Kentucky watched him, North Carolina was heavily involved, Arizona showed interest – along with Iowa State, Baylor and Minnesota. Moreover, when Vaughn left the state of Minnesota to attend Findlay Prep (Nev.), UNLV turned up the heat due to location.

And now we've reached decision day for Vaughn. The 6-foot-5 prospect is the best guard left in the class of 2014, ranked No. 9 overall in the 247Sports Composite.

He will decide on Tuesday evening at around 6:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Network.

There are five schools remaining on his list: Iowa State, UNLV, North Carolina, Kentucky and Kansas.