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1. Kansas Jayhawks There perhaps is not enough adjectives available to describe the top shelf talented duo that Kansas brings on to campus from this class. With arguably the most talented player in the country in big man Cliff Alexander and a wing forward with NBA potential in Kelly Oubre, Kansas is stacked with young talent, once again. As ...
Posted: February 11, 2014, 4:37 am
With only a handful of uncommitted top-150 players headed into the college basketball regular signing period, each last pledge can help the programs that receive them. So during a signing day that went largely as expected, the Seton Hall Pirates and LSU Tigers emerged as key winners of the day. Seton Hall landed the best unexpected recruit ...
Posted: April 18, 2013, 4:42 am
It was a busy Monday on the recruiting trail for Texas A&M, both for good and bad reasons. The Aggies gained a pledge from a sought after junior college transfer in Jamal Jones, but also lost a prospect as Chad Frazier, a junior college guard, reportedly decommitted from the program. This will be Jones’ second chance in ...
Posted: April 16, 2013, 3:05 am
Eight elite boys’ high school basketball teams are set for the fifth annual National High School Invitational (NHSI). Every NHSI boys’ team is currently ranked in the Hoopniks Terrific 30, presented by Krossover and four are in the top 10 including No.1 Findlay Prep (NV) and No. 2 Montverde Academy (FL). ESPN will televise the ...
Posted: March 13, 2013, 2:48 am
Hey Day for Jayhawks After landing a recruiting class that includes five stellar prospects, there is no doubt that the Kansas Jayhawks holds the top 2013 class during the men’s college basketball early signing period in the Big 12. With five players ranked among the Hoopniks.com Top 150 for 2013, the class brings unique talents ...
Posted: November 26, 2012, 3:41 am
Once a recruit decommits from a college, historically it has been very difficult for the two sides to come together again. With a Sunday pledge from 6′-4″ shooting guard Darrick Wood, St. John’s now has two rare players back in the fold after committing once and reconsidering in their 2012 recruiting class. Wood joins 2011 ...
Posted: April 30, 2012, 3:35 am
Incoming Verbal Commitments and Signings
Class of 2014
|Chauncey Collins||6'-1"||PG||OKC Storm (OK)||HS||Signed|
Past Recruiting Classes
Class of 2013
|Karviar Shepherd||6'-10"||C||Prime Prep (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Brandon Parrish||6'-5"||SG||Seguin (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Michael Williams||6'-2"||PG||Reagan (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Hudson Price||6'-6"||SG||First Academy (FL)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2012
|Aaron Durley||6′-10″||C||Bush (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Charles Hill||6′-3″||PG||Trimble Tech (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Clyde Smith||6′-2″||PG||Hotchkiss School (CT)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2011
|Aldrick McKinney||6′-8″||PF||Angelina JC (TX)||JC||Signed|
|Ryan Rhoomes||6′-9″||PF||Nia Prep (NJ)||HS||Signed|
|Connell Crossland||6′-7″||PF||John A Logan CC (IL)||JC||Signed|
|Kyan Anderson||5′-11″||PG||North Crowley (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Nate Butler||6′-5″||SF||John A Logan CC (IL)||JC||Signed|