General News for November 2016

Signees for WVU & Ole Miss have breakout performances while Curtis Haywood and TeShaun Hightower have their moments to shine.
New Mexico State & Miami go out and land their go-to guy for the years ahead leading the way within the commitments of the week.
The hub for all things involved with the the early signing period including rankings, commitment write-ups, preview articles, and conference rundowns.
Who has the most to gain coming off of the early signing period? Duke, Syracuse, and Kansas come to mind.
Who won the early signing period from the non-power conference level? UAB, WKU, and VCU are among those that stand out.
We take a look at the winners form the early signing period at Kentucky, Alabama, and Miami cause some major noise.

1. Belmont
Grayson Murphy, PG
Pedro Bradshaw, SF
Caleb Hollander, PF
Nick Muszynski, C

2. Murray State
Tevin Brown, SF

  1. NJIT
    David Kachelries, PG
    Zach Cooks, PG
    Shawndale Jones, CG
    Izaiah Brockington, SG
    SanAntonio Brinson, F
  2. North Florida
Which schools made some major noise that we aren't used to hearing much about on the recruiting trail? Iowa State and TCU get the nod.
Alabama secures two top-30 talents from the 2017 class while UNC-Wilmington nabs a sleeper from the state of Tennessee, both of whom lead the way with the commitments of the week.
Creighton, Oregon & Syracuse head into the early signing period weekend ready to host a five-star talent.
Who might be the signess that are headed to a non-power conference program but have the capabilities of changing around the landscape of it moving ahead.
The SEC cashes in with a highmark day on the recruiting trail; could it translate to the hardwood?
The meat of the first signing period is at hand as we take a look back at some of the more important storylines and steals that have been made thus far.

1. Western Kentucky
No. 6 Mitchell Robinson, C
No. 83 Josh Anderson, SG
Taveion Hollingsworth, PG 

2. UAB

The Big East remains strong and thanks to the work that Villanova, Xavier, and Butler did on the recruiting trail, there is reason for optimism all throughout the league.

1. Louisville
No. 23 Malik William, C/PF
No. 88 Darius Perry, CG
No. 89 Lance Thomas, PF
No. 106 Jordan Nwora, SF/PF

2. Virginia Tech

Now that the first signing period is finally here, we lay out the next few days and possible and probable commitments set to ensue.

1. Iowa State
No. 50 Lindell Wiggington, CG
No. 77 Terrence Lewis, SF
No. 118 Darius McNeil, PG

2. TCU
No. 67 RJ Nembhard, CG

Maryland and Coastal Carolina sneak one in prior to the first signing period, landing immediate contributors in Darryl Morsell and Tony Jackson respectively.

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