The Stanford men's basketball team signed Reid Travis of De La Salle High-Minneapolis, rated as the No. 7 power forward prospect by Scout.com, and is expected to assemble a class rated as high as No. 11 nationally.
Previously committed to the Cardinal and expected to become official during the early signing period are point guard Robert Cartwright of Flintridge High, and center Michael Humphrey of Sunnyslope High in Phoenix.
All three are rated as four-star prospects by Scout, adding up to a No. 11 team ranking by Scout. Rivals.com rates coach Johnny Dawakins' three-man class as the 15th-best in the nation.
Regarded as a ferocious rebounder, the 6-foot-7, 240-pound Travis is listed by both Scout and Rivals as the No. 40 overall player in the class.
Cartwright, at 6-3, 165 pounds, is Scout's No. 13 point guard, No. 51 overall. Humphrey, a 6-9, 205-pounder, is the 10th-best center on Scout's chart.
Saint Mary's College and San Jose State announced no signings on Wednesday.
A native of Tacoma, Wash., Rorie is playing his senior season at Monteverde Academy outside Orlando, Fla.
"Ahmaad has been committed to us for a long time and we are excited about him becoming a Golden Bear," Montgomery said. "He is a terrific young man with a great future. He will come in and help us with the departure of Justin Cobbs next season. Ahmaad is an unselfish player. He is a very good passer who also has the ability to make shots."
At 6-foot-2, Rorie was a two-time Tacoma News-Tribune First Team All-Area selection, competing for Clover Park High his first two seasons and Lincoln High as a junior last season.
He guided Lincoln to a section title (Narrows 3A) and a third-place finish in the Class 3A state championships last season. An All-USA Washington Boys Basketball team honorable mention selection by USA Today, Rorie averaged 21.0 points and 5.0 assists per contest as a junior.
Rorie led Clover Park to the Class 2A state title and a fourth-place finish in the state tournament overall as a sophomore in 2011, averaging 33.7 points in the tournament, including a career-best 46-point performance against Ellensburg High.
Rorie averaged 16.7 points per game as a freshman on the Warriors' state championship squad.
Cal still is hoping to hear from two big men, including 7-footer Thomas Welsh, a four-star center from Loyola High in Los Angeles. Also on the Bears' radar is Idrissa Diallo, a 6-10 native of Senegal who is playing at Cathedral Catholic in Los Angeles.
"We are excited to welcome our three newest Broncos, Stephen, Evan and Matt," Broncos coach Kerry Keating said. "All three possess the core elements we are looking for in a student-athlete and all have high levels of expectations for the future at Santa Clara."
Hubbard averaged 18 points, 14.5 rebounds and 4 blocked shots as a junior last season and had 26 points and 23 rebounds in a district playoff game.
Edwards averaged 16.1 points, 6 reboumds, 5 assists and 3 steals as a junior at Putnam City West High, and contributed 10 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists at El Camino Real High.