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Best Player: Chase Jeter, Duke Best Potential: Chase Jeter, Duke Best Scorer: Dwayne Bacon, Florida State Best Shooter: Luke Kennard, Duke Best Rebounder: Moustapaha Diagne, Syracuse Best Passer: Justin Robinson, Virginia Tech Best Defender: Moustapha Diagne, Syracuse Best Glue Guy: Chris Clarke, Virginia Tech Best Athlete: Malik Beasley, Florida State 1. Louisville Cardinals Donovan Mitchell | 6′-4″ | SG ...
Posted: November 17, 2014, 12:32 am
Incoming junior point guard Dennis Smith Jr. has been one of the hottest names on the recruiting trail, dominating several events for his travelling squad, Team Loaded. As a result, it was no surprise when he was added to the USA Basketball Developmental National Team roster, and was selected to participate in the U17 training camp. While ...
Posted: July 27, 2014, 3:03 pm
For the next 72 hours, the Kindle version of the 2014 College Basketball Newcomers Guide is on sale at Amazon.com! The sale is a “countdown” sale, meaning the book will be almost 60% off for the first 36 hours, and end at approximately 30% off of the regular price of $6.99. The 60% off price is ...
Posted: July 15, 2014, 3:44 am
Paperback Version (At Amazon.com) Paperback Version (At CreateSpace.com) Kindle Version (At Amazon.com) It’s a cruel irony for college basketball fans, having the best season-ending tournament, but a tremendous long off-season afterwards. The College Basketball Newcomers Guide helps break up the doldrums of the summer, as it breaks down every men’s D-1 college basketball recruiting class. With profiles of the ...
Posted: June 12, 2014, 1:09 am
The major all-star games are in the books and the 2013-2014 high school season is complete. With that in mind, it’s time to close the door on the 2014 class as they move on to college and focus on underclassmen. In all honesty, the expected rise to No. 1 by a single prospect just did not ...
Posted: May 5, 2014, 11:55 pm
The proliferation of prep schools has perhaps diminished the notoriety of being an elite junior college basketball recruit. Still, there are plenty of high major programs that harvest the top prospects at the two-year level each recruiting cycle. The following list of 25 potential impact junior college players is alphabetical only, and no doubt not ...
Posted: April 17, 2014, 12:31 pm
Verbal Commitments and Signings
Class of 2017
|D.J. Russell||6'-5"||SF||Ribault (FL)||HS||Verbal|
Past Recruiting Classes
Class of 2014
|JaQuan Newton||6'-2"||PG||Neumann-Goretti (PA)||HS||Signed|
|Omar Sherman||6'-8"||C||Duncanville (TX)||HS||Signed|
|James Palmer||6'-4"||SG||St. John's (DC)||HS||Signed|
|Ivan Uceda||6'-10"||C||Harum College (PA)||JC||Signed|
Class of 2013
|DeAndre Burnett||6'-1"||SG||Massanutten Military (VA)||Prep||Signed|
|Davon Reed||6'-6"||SF||Princeton Day (NJ)||HS||Signed|
|Derrick Griffin||6'-7"||PF||Terry (TX)||HS||Signed - Football|
|Cornelius Elder||5'-11"||PG||Ensworth (TN)||HS||Signed - Football|
|James Kelly||6'-8"||PF||Owens CC (OH)||JC||Signed|
Class of 2012
|Tonye Jekiri||6′-10″||C||Champagnat (FL)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2011
|Bishop Daniels||6′-3″||SG||Word of God (NC)||HS||Signed|