| Class of 2020
Cade Cunningham drops 18 points, including a powerful steal and slam, in Oklahoma State's 84-71 victory over Oakland on Saturday.
Cade Cunningham, the top college basketball recruit and projected No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NBA draft, will still attend Oklahoma State despite the school's postseason ban.
The nation's top two committed players -- Evan Mobley (No. 2, USC) and Cade Cunningham (No. 3, Oklahoma State) -- will be on opposing teams at the McDonald's All American Game.
Point guard Cade Cunningham, ranked No. 2 in the 2020 class, announced his commitment to Oklahoma State on Tuesday night, giving the Cowboys their first five-star prospect since Marcus Smart in 2012.
Kentucky seizes the recruiting spotlight for this weekend's Big Blue Madness, with prospects Cade Cunningham and Paolo Banchero both visiting Lexington.
The Jayhawks have a big weekend ahead and are hosting top prospects, while Memphis is leaning on Memphis Madness to help land 2020 recruits.
North Carolina has momentum on the recruiting trail, a good sign with No. 2 prospect Cade Cunningham and others set to visit Chapel Hill this weekend.
Oklahoma State's newest assistant coach is the older brother of No. 2-ranked rising senior Cade Cunningham.