| Class of 2020
Makur Maker shares what led him to commit to Howard and expresses his excitement to generate wealth for the Black community as a top recruit.
Five-star Makur Maker becomes the highest-ranked college basketball prospect to commit to an HBCU by selecting Howard University over UCLA, Kentucky and Memphis.
Five-star senior Makur Maker announced his commitment to Howard on Friday morning, becoming the highest-ranked prospect to commit to a historically Black college or university since the ESPN recruiting database started in 2007.
High school prospect Makur Maker will be eligible for the 2020 NBA draft if he applies as an early-entry candidate, according to a memo sent to teams by the NBA's league office.
Makur Maker, the No. 10 recruit in the 2020 high school class according to the ESPN 100, has submitted paperwork exploring his eligibility for the 2020 NBA draft, a source told ESPN.