SAN JOSE -- New San Jose State basketball coach Dave Wojcik, his roster down to five players, got commitments from a pair of high school backcourt prospects last weekend, according to multiple media reports.

Headed to San Jose are point guard Jalen James of Chicago and shooting guard Rashad Muhammad of Las Vegas. Both are rated as three-star prospects by ESPN.com.

San Jose State said Monday the program had no signings to announce, but indicated that could happen by Wednesday.

James, a 6-foot-3 point guard, played this season at La Lumiere School in La Porte, Ind., helping the Lakers to a 26-6 record and a No. 21 final national ranking by USA Today. Previously he played at Hope Academy in Chicago.

He orally committed to Illinois during his junior year, then decommitted last May. ESPN.com rates James as the No. 50 point guard prospect in the country.

Muhammad, a 6-5 shooting guard, is the younger brother of former UCLA star Shabazz Muhammad, who played just one season in college before declaring for the NBA draft this month.

Rashad Muhammad played at Bishop Gorman High, the nation's No. 15 ranked high school team by USA Today coming off its 29-3 record and Nevada Class 4A title.

Muhammad, rated as the No. 59 shooting guard in the country by ESPN, scored at least 23 points in each of Gorman's first four state playoff games before injuring his leg in the title game. He chose San Jose State over Wyoming, Drake and Loyola Marymount.

Wojcik, who came to SJSU from Boise State, faces a huge rebuilding job on the heels of a season in which the Spartans went 9-20, losing their final 14 games. Five players eligible to return next season have departed over the past month, most recently forwards David Andoh and Stephon Smith.

According to the SJSU website, the team's roster currently consists of five players: forward Chris Cunningham and guard D.J. Brown -- starters last season -- along with forward Jaleel Williams, center Mike Van Kirk and walk-on guard Nick Grieves.