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The Minnesota Gophers snagged their point guard of the future on Saturday, as 5′-10″ point guard Kevin Dorsey announced his verbal commitment. The quick player from Paul VI (VA) decided on Minnesota over two finalists and Big Ten foes, the Maryland Terrapins and Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Gophers don’t have much in the area of pure point ...
Posted: July 12, 2014, 7:39 pm
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
All aboard the coaching carousel While there has been no shortage of drama in the NCAA tournament, the drama off the court involving coaching changes has been arguably nearly as interesting for hardcore basketball fans. Two major new hires at Virginia Tech (Buzz Williams) and Auburn (Bruce Pearl) have the serious potential to revitalize two ...
Posted: March 24, 2014, 3:29 am
It’s a fine time to be a fan of the Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball team. Coach Tim Miles has the program headed in the right direction, and an NCAA tournament experience awaits. Continuing the Huskers good fortunes, they landed a verbal commitment on Monday from point guard Tarin Smith of St. Anthony (NJ). Smith, a 6′-2″, 170 ...
Posted: March 18, 2014, 1:30 am
The Iowa Hawkeyes landed a verbal commitment from 6′-0″ point guard Trey Dickerson of Williston State (ND) on Saturday night. Dickerson announced his commitment via Twitter. Dickerson is a junior college freshman and will have three years to play for the Hawkeyes. He is currently averaging 19 points,5 assists and 3 rebounds per game this season. Dickerson ...
Posted: March 9, 2014, 1:58 pm
Note: This post reflects the current composition of the college basketball programs involved in the Big Ten. Next year, Maryland and Rutgers will join the league. 1. Ohio State Buckeyes The Ohio State machine has been effective on the recruiting trail in recent seasons, and this crew is no less than stellar, with two potential ...
Posted: February 9, 2014, 9:30 pm
Verbal Commitments and Signings
Class of 2014
|Jacob Hammond||6'-9"||C||Comanche (OK)||HS||Signed|
|Tarin Smith||6'-2"||PG||St. Anthony (NJ)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2015
|Keanu Pinder||6'-8"||PF||Sunrise Christian (KS)||HS||Verbal|
Past Recruiting Classes
Class of 2013
|Nick Fuller||6'-6"||SF||Sun Prairie (WI)||HS||Signed|
|Nathan Hawkins||6'-7"||SF||Rowlett (TX)||HS||Signed|
|Tai Webster||6'-2"||PG||New Zealand||HS||Signed|
|Leslee Smith||6'-8"||PF||Seward County CC (KS)||JC||Signed|
Class of 2012
|Shavon Shields||6′-4″||SF||Olathe Northwest (KS)||HS||Signed|
|Benny Parker||5′-7″||PG||Sumner Academy (NE)||HS||Signed|
|Faroh Alihodzic||6′-10″||C||Southeastern Community College (IA)||JC||Signed|
Class of 2011
|Corey Hilliard||6′-2″||PG||Raytown South (MO)||HS||Signed|
|Josiah Moore||6′-5″||SG||Norcross (GA)||HS||Signed|
|David Rivers||6′-7″||SF||Hall (AR)||HS||Signed|
|Dylan Talley||6′-5″||SG||Blinn JC (TX)||JC||Signed|