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With the first July live period in the books, it’s time to take a look back at the first adidas Unrivaled camp that took place in Chicago, IL. Adidas invited approximately 120 players, many of whom play on the adidas AAU circuit to compete in a camp style atmosphere similar to Nike’s LeBron James Skills ...
Posted: July 16, 2014, 3:58 am
Friday was day two of the adidas Unrivaled camp, and hosted a plethora of high major D1 coaches on their way over from either the Reebok camp in Philly or the Lebron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas. With Bill Self, Coach K, Roy Williams, Bo Ryan, and Lorenzo Romar in attendance the competition was ...
Posted: July 12, 2014, 7:24 pm
Day Two is underway at the 2014 NBPA Top 100 camp at John Paul Jones arena in Charlottesville, VA. With over three hours of action to kick off the morning session there were numerous standout performances and highlight real plays as the participants played around 24 minutes per game. Impressive Performers: Tyler Dorsey, 6’4”, 2015, ...
Posted: June 19, 2014, 8:13 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
Despite a heart-breaking Saturday loss to Illinois, fans of the Iowa Hawkeyes still had some positive news over the weekend. After Saturday’s pledge by junior college point guard Trey Dickerson, the Hawkeyes landed a pledge from junior small forward Brandon Hutton of De La Salle (IL) to start their 2015 recruiting class. The pledge by Hutton was reported ...
Posted: March 9, 2014, 9:48 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
|Ethan Happ||6'-7"||SF||Rockridge (IL)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2015
|Brevin Pritzl||6'-3"||SG||De Pere (WI)||HS||Verbal|
Past Recruiting Classes
Class of 2013
|Bronson Koenig||6'-3"||PG||Aquinas (WI)||HS||Signed|
|Riley Dearring||6'-5"||SG||Minnetonka (MN)||HS||Signed|
|Nigel Hayes||6'-7"||PF||Whitmer (OH)||HS||Signed|
|Vitto Brown||6'-8"||PF||Bowling Green (OH)||HS||Signed|
|Jordan Hill||6'-3"||SG||Phillips Exeter Academy (NH)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2012
|Sam Dekker||6′-7″||SF||Sheboygan Lutheran (WI)||HS||Signed|
Class of 2011
|Traevon Jackson||6′-2″||SG||Westerville (OH)||HS||Signed|
|George Marshall||6′-0″||PG||Brooks (IL)||HS||Signed|
|Frank Kaminsky||6′-10″||PF||Benet Academy (IL)||HS||Signed|
|Jarrod Uthoff||6′-8″||SF||Jefferson (IA)||HS||Signed|