It's described by organizers as a grassroots recruiting mob that started online.
"Facebook, Twitter; we have been texting incessantly for the last two months," said mob organizer Michael Thomas.
The martini in west Las Vegas was the meeting place Friday night for a group of diehard Rebel Basketball fans. They showed up decked out in UNLV shirts, headbands, and even Rebel Red vests. They want to be noticed.
"We hope to accomplish that Shabazz will forget about the other two schools that he has on his list and come to UNLV," said Rebel fan Andrew Musgrove.
They left as a caravan and the group of over 50 ended up inside Bishop Gorman's gym for the Gaels' first game of the year. Their faces were fixed on the senior every college in the nation wants: Shabazz Muhammad. The Las Vegas native is the top hoops recruit in the nation.
"Everyone loves sports and Shabazz, you have the potential - I'm telling you now," exclaimed Bentley McDonald. "You got me here; I don't always come to basketball games but I'm here because of you."
It wasn't just students who showed up to recruit Muhammad.
When asked why she was there, three-year-old Abby Jacobs said, "To see Shabazz!"
His talent is undeniable.
"Shabazz is the type of person, type of player, the type of name nationally that can bring this community back together," according to UNLV fan Michael Corderiro.
Shabazz Muhammad scored 30 against Durango, dazzling everyone with several monster dunks. The question after the win was, did Shabazz notice the crowd?
"Yeah, I got a good feeling seeing them there," said the Bishop Gorman senior. "It was great having them here. I mean, I'm blessed to have them here to come out and support me; it was great. [I'm] really looking forward to playing again and seeing them."
Muhammad is waiting until the spring to commit to a school. UNLV is just one of his many suitors.
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