Player News for June 2016

TCU lands the verbal commitment of top-100 guard RJ Nembhard.
Anfernee Simons recaps visit to Louisville with another planned to Florida this Friday.

Tod Kowalczyk and the Toledo basketball program picked up some good news Sunday evening, as 2017 Massillon (OH) Jackson power forward Logan Hill announced his commitment to the Roc

After a Saturday trip to Murray State to participate in their annual elite camp, 2019 Hazel Green (AL) combo guard Kira Lewis, Jr. (left) landed his first scholarship offer, as Rac

The first time I saw Jaylen Brown was at the beginning of 2012, when he was in the latter half of his freshman year at Wheeler (GA) High School.

Malik Beasley is one of the players that I have covered the most over the last few years.

The first time I saw Brandon Ingram was at the 2014 Norman Parker Showcase.

Louisville prepares to host top-25 guard Elijah Weaver while he speaks on his dream offer, one coming from the Villanova Wildcats.

Las Vegas guard Christian Popoola was one of the top backcourt producers last week at the NBPA Top 100 Camp. 

Schools begin to line up for top tier wing, Christian Brown.

In a camp setting, the scorers seem to get the spotlight. That’s understandable. But the guys that erase the opposition from the scorebook, well, those guys are just as exciting, too.

There was a consistent opinion at the 2016 NBPA Top 100 Camp this season. It was this - Paul Scruggs was one of the best players at the camp in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

Devon Dotson was a popular player on the first day college coaches make one to one contact with the class of 2018.

While the recruiting process is just getting started for many rising juniors, college programs have had roughly a week to reach out to 2018 prospects and make an early mark in their recruitments.

Pitt and South Carolina prepare to host top-50 small forward Naji Marshall at the end of the week.

Evan Battey was the single biggest surprise of the 2017 NBPA Top 100 Camp. And there wasn’t much debate about that among the pool of evaluators at the camp.

Zion Williamson continues to dominate his peers as he sets up visits to UNC, NC State, and Clemson.
Luka Garza sets up visits to Louisville and Alabama will continuing to flourish this spring.

Tommy Amaker and his staff continued their recent success on the recruiting trail at Harvard on Thursday, as the Crimson landed an early pledge from 2017 Chesterfield (VA) L.C.

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