To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from returning players and from incoming recruits. Here's a look at Pitt and its chances of dancing again in 2015. Quick references 2013-14 roster 2014 recruiting Possible 2014-15 starting five: G: James Robinson G: Cameron Wright F: Jamel Artis F: Sheldon Jeter C: Michael Young Who it loses: Coach Jamie Dixon will have to account for the loss of two graduating seniors.
about 1278 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Class of 2013 shooting guard Detrick Mostella (Decatur, Ala./La Lumiere) will not play for Oklahoma State after all, switching his commitment to Pittsburgh on Tuesday, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
about 1540 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
The field is set for the fifth annual National High School Invitational, and it promises to be the most talented group in the event's history. All eight teams in the NHSI field are ranked in the ESPN 25 Power Rankings, and six are in the top 10.
about 1653 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
History tells us that lurking somewhere at the bottom end of a top-100 prospects list or possibly even outside the list entirely are future college basketball stars. Current college standouts like Trey Burke, Doug McDermott and Seth Curry were all either back-end top-100 prospects or not in the top 100 at all.
The big boys -- the country's elite players -- are headline stealers. With a devoted media following and constant updates from dozens of sites, the latest news on twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, Andrew Wiggins or Jabari Parker is merely a click away.
According to a source, the Oklahoma State Cowboys will sign Detrick Mostella (Decatur, Ala./La Lumiere on Monday. Mostella, the No. 83 player in the ESPN 100, did not visit the Cowboys but was heavily sought after by OSU head coach Travis Ford.
AIKEN, S.C. -- Running concurrently with the famed Nike Peach Jam is the infamous Peach State Invitational. Yes, they've got players, too, though not as many or even as high-profile, but talented nonetheless.
PHILADELPHIA -- The Reebok Breakout Challenge's claim to summer fame is that the event was the launching pad for John Wall. Well, there isn't going to be a Wall sequel, but this may in fact be the deepest pool of talent Reebok has hosted.