What coaches will be watching at the Nike Peach Jam
Coaches will descend on South Carolina for the Nike Peach Jam this week to watch top targets and high-level individual matchups.
Biggest 2018 recruiting needs for each top-25 team
It's never too early to look ahead at top-25 recruiting. No. 1 Arizona has been busy, landing two ESPN 100 players, including Shareef O'Neal, Shaq's son. Elsewhere, Duke's and Kentucky's priorities are seemingly every remaining five-star.
What to watch in recruiting's most important month
July recruiting is here. Player debates will be settled, target boards will take shape and John Calipari and Coach K will set the tone.
Everything you need to know about the 2018 ESPN 100
Marvin Bagley III is locked into the top spot in the class and destined for the top of the NBA draft. While the Class of 2018 ESPN 100 takes over, can anyone stop Duke or Kentucky from another recruiting crown?
Williamson stars on both ends in rout.
Zion Williamson, ESPN's No. 2 ranked player in the 2018 class, posts a highlight dunk and block each in leading SC Supreme to an 84-59 win over Team BBC.
Williamson gets way up for the jam.
High school star Zion Williamson lifts off from just inside the dotted circle and takes it way above the rim for a powerful dunk.
LaMelo nears triple-double in win.
LaMelo Ball rebounds from a loss against Zion Williamson with 38 points, 10 boards and 9 assists as Big Baller Brand defeats Play Hard Play Smart 111-102.
LaMelo and Zion take center stage in AAU showdown.
LaMelo Ball and Zion Williamson both put up monster performances in front of a monster-sized crowd.
Ball's big night not enough in loss to Williamson's squad.
In a matchup of two of high school basketball's biggest stars, Zion Williamson leads SC Supreme over LaMelo Ball's Big Ballers 104-92.
Ball's turnover leads to Williamson's dagger.
Zion Williamson swipes LaMelo Ball's pass and takes it the other way for a one-handed hammer to put the game out of reach.
LaMelo hits fancy layup.
LaMelo Ball drives and gets the scoop layup to fall.
LaVar Ball continues to ooze confidence.
In a wide-ranging chat, LaVar Ball proclaims himself the best coach ever and calls his son LaMelo the most famous high school athlete ever.
LaVar calls LaMelo 'The Entertainer.'
While LaVar Ball has nicknames for all three of his sons, he discusses why he calls LaMelo "The Entertainer" and why the 15-year-old is so strong mentally.
ESPN 100 forward Hauser commits to Marquette
Versatile forward Joey Hauser, ranked No. 49 in the ESPN 100 for the Class of 2018, announced his commitment to Marquette, where he will join his older brother, Sam.
Top Miami recruit Walker tears right meniscus
Lonnie Walker, an incoming freshman guard for Miami who is projected as a likely first-round pick in the 2018 draft, suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee and will need surgery.
Top Texas recruit Bamba cleared by NCAA
Mohamed Bamba remains eligible to compete this season after the NCAA cleared the high-profile Texas recruit Tuesday of any wrongdoing following his brother's allegations he accepted improper benefits from a financial adviser.
5-star forward Perry decommits from Arkansas
Five-star forward Reggie Perry, ranked No. 17 in the ESPN 100 for 2018, has decommitted from Arkansas, his mother told ESPN.
ESPN 100 F Bazley commits to Syracuse
Darius Bazley, a 6-foot-8 forward from Ohio, committed to Syracuse on Monday, he told ESPN. Syracuse made a strong push over the last month and hosted Bazley for an unofficial visit Friday.
Five-star Cherry chooses USC over A&M, Zags
Five-star forward Taeshon Cherry committed to USC on Friday, joining a Trojans roster that should be one of the most talented in the country next season.
LSU makes statement with No. 27 recruit Smart
Point guard Javonte Smart, the No. 27 recruit in the ESPN 100 for 2018, picked LSU over Kansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, UCLA and Florida.
'Nova lands Swider, No. 48 in 2018 ESPN 100
Forward Cole Swider, the 48th ranked player in the ESPN 100 class of 2018, is headed to Villanova to play for Jay Wright and the Wildcats.
Recruiting service settles deceptive claims suit
A high school scouting and college recruiting business has settled a deceptive claims suit in New York state.
LaMelo Ball uses slur during WWE appearance
A live microphone caught LaMelo Ball using the N-word during an appearance with his father, LaVar, and brother Lonzo on "Monday Night Raw."
Everything you need to know about the 2019 ESPN 60
R.J. Barrett is the headliner of the ESPN 60 rankings, but will he stay in the class? That storyline dominates 2019 recruiting, but not to be overlooked is the interest in LaMelo Ball and Miami's fight for Vernon Carey Jr.
L.J. Peak draft highlights.
Georgetown shooting guard L.J. Peak is a versatile wing player with a reputation as a lockdown defender.
The 2017 classes are in the books. We started expecting Duke and Kentucky to remain on top. Besides a few twists and turns, and the usual drama, that's how we ended up.