Special News for October 2016

Texas' big weekend is finally here as Matt Coleman and Mo Bamba hit the campus as Pitt, USC, and Villanova do their best to land another top tier prospect.
Villanova, Oklahoma State, Pitt, and Texas among the many that lead the way with a bevy of premier visitors on their campuses this weekend.
Georgetown and Loyola lead the commitments of the week from the slew of the verbals that were received the past few days.
Duke leads the way with its bevy of elite visitors while VCU and Syracuse hope to pull in a commitment within the coming days.
The spotlight is on at Duke, Syracuse, NC State, and Louisville this weekend leading this week's On the Trail series.
Duquesne and Oregon lead the week that was on the commitment front after landing two of their prized recruits from the 2017 class.
A plethora of visits take place as Kentucky, Arizona, UNC, and St. John's prepare to host the elite as each program remains on commitment watch.
It is a super busy weekend across the nation as midnight madness festivities take place as some of the top recruits from the various high school classes get a glimpse at schools throughout the land.
Alabama strike three times as Boston University snags a giant, underrated wing from Connecticut as both programs lead the way that was on the commitment front.
Georgetown, Florida, and Oregon host some of their top targets while UCLA hopes to land a commitment from a visitor of their own.
With the college basketball season close to a month away, the recruiting trail never slows down as the likes of Arizona, Oregon & Georgetown host some of their top recruits this weekend, all of which are enclosed in the latest On the Trail series.
With five weeks to go before the early signing period, we take a quick snapshot as to where things stand within the SEC and if anyone can pass Auburn in landing the best recruiting class within the league.
With less than five weeks to go before the early signing period begins, we give an update on the 2017 HoopSeen class rankings as Auburn, Washington, and Illinois lead the pack early on.
Temple double dips with two highly competitive senior forwards while Howard lands a massive sleeper from Jersey, all a part of the Commitments of the Week.

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