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UConn has had quite a bit of success on the recruiting trail as of late, and landed a third 2017 prospect on Tuesday, as 6′-8″ combo forward Tyler Polley of Sagemont (FL) announced his pledged to the Huskies. Polley was previously considering Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Oklahoma State and Dayton, and joins point guard Makai Ashton-Langford and center Josh Carlton in …
Author: K.J. Hassenstab
Posted: September 21, 2016, 4:50 pm
Point guard play is always at a premium, and that axiom is perhaps more true in the 2017 class due to the absence of premium quality backcourt prospects. With that in mind, Makai Ashton-Langford, a recent transfer to the elite prep program at Brewster Academy (NH) is an even more valued recruit in the Northeast …
Author: K.J. Hassenstab
Posted: August 8, 2016, 12:38 pm
After the third college basketball recruiting “live” period in July concluded, commitments and narrowed recruiting lists have come in a steady clip over the last week. Arguably the most notable news was Washington bypassing Auburn (who bolstered the previous top ranked group by adding Chuma Okeke just a week ago) for the No. 1 recruiting …
Author: K.J. Hassenstab
Posted: August 1, 2016, 2:28 am
Best Player: De’Aaron Fox, Kentucky Best Potential: Wenyen Gabriel, Kentucky Best Scorer: Malik Monk, Kentucky Best Shooter: Terrance Ferguson, Alabama Best Rebounder: Edrice “Bam” Adebayo, Kentucky Best Passer: J.J. Caldwell, Texas A&M Best Defender: Abdulhakim Ado, Mississippi State Best Glue Guy: Braxton Key, Alabama Best Athlete: Malik Monk, Kentucky 1. Kentucky Wildcats De’Aaron Fox | 6′-3″ | PG | Cypress Lakes (TX) Malik Monk …
Author: K.J. Hassenstab
Posted: December 12, 2015, 7:36 pm
In the 42nd City of Palms, the teams and players put on a show. Future NBA players were in almost every game and the championship game was a reflection on the competiveness of the games throughout the week. It can’t get much better than a close championship game featuring the top two seniors in the …
Author: Sean Moran
Posted: December 24, 2014, 2:30 pm
Best Player: Ben Simmons, LSU Best Potential: Skal Labissere, Kentucky Best Scorer: Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky Best Shooter: D.J. Hogg, Texas A&M Best Rebounder: Tyler Davis, Texas A&M Best Passer: P.J. Dozier, South Carolina Best Defender: Jimmy Whitt, Arkansas Best Glue Guy: Charles Matthews, Kentucky Best Athlete: Nu Williams, Auburn 1. Kentucky Wildcats Isaiah Briscoe | 6′-3″ | PG | Roselle Catholic (NJ) …
Author: K.J. Hassenstab
Posted: November 29, 2014, 6:45 pm

Scholarship Grid

Point GuardsShembari Phillips (So)Shembari Phillips (Jr)Shembari Phillips (Sr)Jordan Bone (Sr)
Lamonte Turner (So)Lamonte Turner (Jr)Lamonte Turner (Sr)
Jordan Bone (Fr)Jordan Bone (So)Jordan Bone (Jr)
WingsRobert Hubbs (Sr)Detrick Mostella (Sr)Kwe Paker (Jr)Kwe Paker (Sr)
Detrick Mostella (Jr)Kwe Paker (So)Jordan Bowden (Jr)Jordan Bowden (Sr)
Kwe Paker (Fr)Jordan Bowden (So)
Jordan Bowden (Fr)
PostsLew Evans (Sr)Admiral Schoefield (Jr)Admiral Schoefield (Sr)Grant Williams (Sr)
Admiral Schoefield (So)Kyle Alexander (Jr)Kyle Alexander (Sr)John Fulkerson (Sr)
Kyle Alexander (So)Grant Williams (So)Grant Williams (Jr)Jalen Johnson (Sr)
Grant Williams (Fr)John Fulkerson (So)John Fulkerson (Jr)
John Fulkerson (Fr)Jalen Johnson (So)Jalen Johnson (Jr)
Jalen Johnson (Fr)

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