Lewis Sullivan and Jarvis Calhoun are two big in-state commits for UAB. Will other top prospects follow?

Hazel Green's Lewis Sullivan (35) shoots against Sparkman on Jan. 25, 2012. Sullivan committed to UAB on Tuesday. (Bob Gathany/bob.gathany@al.com)

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Hazel Green High School forward Lewis Sullivan became the second top prospect in the state of Alabama's loaded 2014 class to commit to UAB when he verbally pledged on Tuesday.

He's not planning on keeping the number at two, either. The 6-foot-7 swing forward, who could also play the point if needed, had several guys in mind for who he'd be recruiting to join him with the Blazers. Hewitt-Trussville guard Jarvis Calhoun has also committed to UAB.

"Justin Coleman," Sullivan said, of Wenonah's star point guard. "We'll probably get (forwards) Riley Norris (from Albertville), Demetrius Houston (Montgomery) or William Lee (Dallas County)."

It would be quite a coup for UAB to land players with the talent of Coleman and Norris, another swing forward, a banger down low in Lee as well as 7-foot-2 center Isaac Haas, the top prospect from Alabama according to rivals.com.

Coleman told AL.com earlier that he'd like to see a Fab Five from the state all play together.

Here's a look at some more UAB prospects in the class of 2014. Most, if not all, of these guys have big-time offer lists, but so did Sullivan.

Justin Coleman (5-foot-10, 155 pounds, Wenonah High School) - The dynamic point guard led Wenonah to the Class 5A state championship, scoring 21 points per game with eight assists and 4.2 steals per game. With 2013 fall signee Dayshawn Watkins coming to UAB, point guard is a premium position for UAB in this class.

Riley Norris (6-foot-8, 190, Albertville High School) - ESPN ranks Norris at No. 64 nationally. He scored 22.4 points per game with 12 rebounds and 2.2 assists. Norris projects as a go-to scorer wherever he goes.

William Lee (6-foot-9, 210, Dallas County High School) - Lee is a big body down low who scored 19.6 points per game with 17.5 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game, winning Class 4A Player of the Year.

Isaac Haas (7-foot-2, 275 pounds, Hokes Bluff High School) - However tall Haas is, you can't teach size. That's what he has, and he's a four-star on rivals and that service's top player in Alabama. He lists numerous offers, but UAB is reportedly in the top 5 and he owns a UAB t-shirt. Haas scored 17.8 points and had 10.8 rebounds per game. (Update - Haas told Future150.com, rivals.com and 5starrecruits.com Wednesday that UAB was currently his top school with Purdue, Wichita State, UCLA and Texas A&M following with Georgetown and Wake Forest behind)

Devin Mitchell (6-foot-3, 175 pounds, Suwanee, Ga.,) - He's very-highly rated on Future150, a 4-star recruit, and the combo guard recently took an unofficial visit to UAB. Mitchell isn't from Alabama, but isn't far off and is high on UAB's board.

Others possibly on UAB's board include Brantley, Ala., guard Wesley Person, Carver-Montgomery swing forward Demetrius Houston and Paintsville, Ky., power forward Shane Hall.

It's no guarantee UAB will get all or any of these guys, but fans will be pretty happy with who UAB ends up signing in November.

***With Dayshawn Watkins headed to junior college, UAB's top point guards for this season look like junior college transfer Chad Frazier and freshman Denzell Watts. UAB's 2013-14 roster is online. Watkins actually signed with Holmes (Miss.) Community College in April, electing to go the junior college route.

***UAB figures to be a deep team with 11 guys battling for key minutes. Robert Brown, a guard, is sitting out as he's a transfer from Virginia Tech and K.C. Whitaker is still recovering from foot/ankle surgeries.

***UAB has a new basketball strength coach in Cory Schlesinger from Santa Clara. He's already listed in UAB's staff directory online and he's also not to be confused with the former Nebraska and NFL fullback. (Who knew, there are two Cory Schlesingers in the world who both happen to be pretty strong dudes?) This one played point guard at Berea College and also was at North Carolina in 2008 and 2009.