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Conference Recruiting Update: Pac-12

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1. Arizona Wildcats It’s safe to say at this point that coach Sean Miller has effectively locked down elite West Coast recruiting during his tenure in Tucson. Very rarely have the Wildcats not come through with an elite prospect that they are trying to land in their backyard, as of late. For the 2014 season, Arizona inked three top-100 high school prospects, as well as a top-25 junior college recruit. Among the most consistently effective players ... Read More »

Chicago to Colorado State, Rams Land Jermaine Morgan

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Colorado State filled out their coaching staff with Whitney Young (IL) assistant coach and Mac Irvin Fire grassroots coach Ronald Coleman with an opening over the summer. Today, the Rams landed their first pledge for the 2012 class, and not surprisingly, he comes from both teams that Coleman coached while in the Chicago, IL, area. 6′-9″ center Jermaine Morgan pledged today to join the Colorado State roster, following an official trip to campus last weekend. ... Read More »

Terrific 30 Pre-Season Preview: #24 Whitney Young (Chicago, IL)

Whitney Young (Chicago, IL) Last season: 23-7, Illinois 4A Runner-up Affiliation: Illinois 4A Mascot: Dolphins Head coach: Tyrone Slaughter Key Players: Sam Thompson, 6’-7”, SR (Ohio State,); Thomas Hamilton, 6’-8”, SO, C; Luke Hager, 6’-7”, SR, F (UNC-Wilmington). School Link After winning a 2008-2009 championship, Whitney Young rolled into the 2009-2010 season with heavy expectations.  The Dolphins traveled extensively and suffered several surprising losses in the early season.  Despite those losses, Whitney Young gelled at ... Read More »

Pre-Season #24: Whitney Young (Chicago, IL)

Whitney Young (Chicago, IL) Last season: 26-9 The Dolphins played a brutal schedule last year, and it paid off with a Illinois 4A state championship over a tough Waukegan squad.  Whitney Young should again be the class of Illinois, with diminutive senior point guard Ahmad Starks (9.3 ppg) keying the attack.  He is an early commit to Oregon State.  Senior wing Anthony Johnson (Purdue) is a keeper and will improve on his 8 ppg from ... Read More »