As the NCAA tournament moves on to the Sweet 16, here's a look back at five former ESPN 100 players who helped their teams advance -- and five members of the 2014 ESPN 100 who could play a similar role next season: 1.
about 1980 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Just one day after celebrating his 17th birthday, ESPN 100 shooting guard Devin Booker (Moss Point, Miss./Moss Point) announced his commitment to the Kentucky Wildcats in his high school gym on Thursday afternoon.
The ACC, SEC, Pac-12, Big East and AAC all held their annual media days this week, with the Big 12 and Big Ten scheduled to follow suit next week. That means we're seeing a variety of preseason coaches' polls identifying the top teams, players and freshmen in each conference.
about 2138 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Six months ago, John Calipari seemed virtually invincible on the recruiting trail. He was riding a wave of momentum fueled by his 2012 national championship, incredible recent success in the NBA draft, and being on the verge of delivering one of the top recruiting classes in the history of college basketball.
about 2173 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Kentucky head coach John Calipari announced the signing of three more student-athletes on Thursday to the top-ranked class in the country. Officially inking with UK were ESPN 100 PF Julius Randle(McKinney, Texas/Prestonwood Christian)and ESPN 100 C Dakari Johnson(Brooklyn, N.
about 2319 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
CHICAGO -- It was a busy week of practices, college commitments and game action at the McDonald's All American Game, culminating in No. 4 recruit Aaron Gordon earning MVP honors in Wednesday's main event, one day after he made headlines by pledging to Arizona.