Player News for November 2016

Schools begin to heat up their attention for Luguentz Dort as he continues to dominate the final stat sheet.

The national high school top 25 basketball polls had to hit the delete button over the weekend because a number of the top preseason programs went down in early Thanksgiving events. 

Donovan Gregory made sure the fans that packed into the Holy Innocents’ gym left knowing just exactly who the 6-foot-4 wing from Charlotte (NC) Carmel Christian is. 

Trey Wertz has his break out moment at the Charlotte Hoops Challenge exploding for 30 points.
Rasir Bolton, playing in front of VCU head coach Will Wade, goes out and puts on a show with a final stat line of 36 points and nine rebounds.
Who is Malishaw Niang? The intriguing junior states his case to be among the more coveted prospects out of the 2018 class.
Malik Ondigo establishes himself as one of the best available big men as high-level schools track.
Duke lands the number one player in America as Wendell Carter commits to the Blue Devils.
Syracuse picks up the talents of improving big man, Bourama Sidibe.
Six schools stand out while one looks to grab Sidney Wilson this recruiting evolution as the 2018 wing shows great promise and upside.
Michael Okauru takes the next step in his game while displaying even greater upside as one of the best availables entering the winter months.
With the need for shot makers with size available late in the year, Curtis Haywood has his breakthrough performance.
Kentucky lands its guy at the lead guard spot thanks to the commitment of Quade Green.
Billy Preston becomes the latest five-star recruit to commit to Kansas, giving the Jayhawks its second top-100 commitment for the fall.
Purdue puts a face to its 2017 class thanks to the commitment of Nojel Eastern.
Texas A&M picks up another top-125 recruit today with Jay Jay Chandler now coming on board thanks to his commitment on Wednesday.
Lonnie Walker makes a surprise commitment by giving his verbal to Miami.

Following an official visit to Longwood last weekend, 2017 Lee-Huntsville (AL) shooting guard Malik Burnett made his commitment to the Lancers before leaving campus.

David Beatty brings his toughness and versatility to the South Carolina basketball program.

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