Rising Senior Jamel King Talks Recruitment

In January, Jamel King transferred from Paul Bryant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to well known prep school, Bella Vista Prep in Scottsdale, Arizona. Throughout the process of transferring Jamel King decided to reclassify from the class of 2020 to the class of 2021. This is never a bad thing for any high school prospect, and forContinue reading “Rising Senior Jamel King Talks Recruitment”

Chet Holmgren’s Top Seven Schools

Chet Holmgren announced yesterday on his twitter that he has cut his list down to seven schools. Holmgren, the number one ranked player by ESPN in the class of 2021, stands in at 7-feet tall while possessing perimeter skills as well. He will be an absolute luxury for any school to have after he completesContinue reading “Chet Holmgren’s Top Seven Schools”

Four-star Sophomore Rodney Rice Breaks Down Recruitment

Just one week into the official start of the class of 2022 recruitment, Rodney Rice has a long list of offers and interest from plenty of high major schools. He is rated as a four-star on 247 and ranked 54th nationally. The combo guard also recently announced he will transfer to national powerhouse Dematha Catholic,Continue reading “Four-star Sophomore Rodney Rice Breaks Down Recruitment”

Four-star Wade Taylor Talks Recruitment

Texas native Wade Taylor is a pesty defender who’s speed makes him very difficult to guard on the offensive end. This combo is rare and often only seen with top point guards in the country. He is one of those, the class of 2021 point guard is rated as a 4-star and the 114th bestContinue reading “Four-star Wade Taylor Talks Recruitment”

The “Pitino Effect”

Iona College was put on a national spotlight in mid-March when they hired Hall of Famer, two-time national champion Rick Pitino to be the basketball team’s next head coach. However, before we talk about Pitino, let’s acknowledge another incredible coach, Tim Cluess. Of course, we all wish Cluess didn’t have to step down from Iona’sContinue reading “The “Pitino Effect””

Four-star Colin Smith Talks Recruitment

College coaches have only been able to contact the class of 2022 since Monday at midnight, but Colin Smith is an early name to keep an eye on. Smith is a four-star on rivals.com and ranked 58th nationally. The 6’7 forward is from Dallas and can just about do it all which is leading toContinue reading “Four-star Colin Smith Talks Recruitment”

LJ Figueroa Officially Departs from St. John’s

Former St. John’s wing, LJ Figueroa has officially announced that he will be transferring Oregon. He chose Oregon over Memphis and Auburn who both also actively recruited him. After a strong sophomore campaign, this past season it appeared LJ took a step back. He struggled when he was relied on as a the number oneContinue reading “LJ Figueroa Officially Departs from St. John’s”

Creighton Transfer: Alex O’Connell

Over the past three seasons, Alex O’Connell played under Coach Krzyzewski at Duke University. The 6-foot-6 wing decided it was time for a change of scenery. After never truly having a consistent role with the Blue Devils, O’Connell decided to enter the transfer portal and use his final year of eligibility elsewhere. After being contactedContinue reading “Creighton Transfer: Alex O’Connell”

Is Jonathan Kuminga Eligible for the G League?

Jonathan Kuminga who played his last season at The Patrick School in New Jersey and is currently ranked #1 in the class of 2021 but will more than likely reclassify when he announces his commitment. A commitment should come soon and Kuminga has his options narrowed down, with a finalist that will become common forContinue reading “Is Jonathan Kuminga Eligible for the G League?”

What Oklahoma State’s Postseason Ban Means for the Rest of College Basketball

One week ago the NCAA came out with the penalties for the Oklahoma State basketball program. As I wrote, in Oklahoma State Receives Postseason Ban, this is very heartbreaking for the Pokes, but they might not be the only team. Several schools, like Oklahoma State, face NCAA violations for coaches accepting bribes. The question is willContinue reading “What Oklahoma State’s Postseason Ban Means for the Rest of College Basketball”