The Oklahoman high school sports writer Bob Przybylo answered questions from readers in today's Power Lunch chat. Read the entire chat recap here. Participate in our Power Lunch chats Monday-Friday at 11 a.m. at NewsOK.com/sports On Heritage Hall running back Barry Sanders being visited by Alabama coach Nick Saban and a possible recruiting infraction: The NCAA I'm sure will look into it. You're allowed to say 'hello' to a junior at this point. One could make a very valid argument that Alabama coach Nick Saban said a lot more than that to Sanders and to Springfield, Mo., prospect Dorial Green-Beckham. I wouldn't think it would be too serious of a violation. On the favorite and surprise team in Class 6A boys basketball: I think the biggest surprise team is definitely Putnam West. I figured (as I'm sure some others did) that without Tyler Neal and Amric Fields and coach Tim Stogsdill that this team would fall apart. All Lenny Bert's club has done is won at Santa Fe, defeated Midwest City and came from behind to beat a good Stillwater team last night. As for a favorite, you have to like what is going on at Edmond Memorial right now. From star Obi Emegano to role players like Jared Jobe and James Woodard to potential star in the making Jordan Woodard, Shane Cowherd's team is rolling right now. On the best boys and girls basketball team in Edmond: Boys - You're looking at Memorial. However, Santa Fe looked great against a good Putnam North team Tuesday. With Michael Onuoha back and healthy, that was a different Wolves team for Shawn Schenk. Girls - Wow, slight edge to Santa Fe at this point. I could watch Courtney Walker play all day every day. And I shudder to think if Walker and Edmond North's Elizabeth Donohoe were on the same team. Both the Huskies and Wolves made the semifinals last year, and I would be surprised if that didn't happen again this year.