Special News for August 2016

With the month of August coming to a close, we wanted to dive head first into the full recruiting picture of the class of 2017 for those who have yet to make a college decision. 

Purdue and Butler set to host their top targets where Texas is on commitment watch.
Purdue, Syracuse, UConn, and Butler take center stage in this week's On the Trail series displaying your go-to resource for where the best are this weekend.
Emmanuel Akot and Rechon Black lead the biggest movers in our most recent update to the 2018 HoopSeen Top-100 Rankings.
Marvin Bagley III cements his case as the top prospect in the 2018 class as we release the HoopSeen Top-100 Rankings.
Florida dominates the 2018 HoopSeen Rankings, producing nine within the top-100, as Jaylen Hoard becomes the top newcomer into the mix.
Auburn, Washington, and Illinois sit atop the first 2017 HoopSeen Team Rankings of the year.
Kevin Knox and Chaundee Brown remain the faces of the class of 2017 from the state of Florida during our most recent updated rankings.
Arkansas and Georgia State end the week on a super strong note, reeling in two of their top targets.
Maryland and Illinois prepare to host their top targets this weekend where UTC brings in three of their own.
We unravel the complete list of visits taking place from coast to coast from 8/19-8/21.

The class of 2017 is one of the deepest we’ve seen in the state of Georgia over the last decade. 

Now that the summer has come to an end, it is about that time to update the 2017 HoopSeen125 Rankings.

Darryl Morsell, Jericho Sims, and Wabissa Bede lead the way as top newcomers to the updated HoopSeen 2017 Top-125 Rankings.
We go deep into the updated HoopSeen 2017 Top-125 Rankings, taking a look at what states appear the most, what programs hold the most commitments, and who takes the biggest leap up the board.

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