RecruitingNation's Dave Telep talks with 2014 SF Kevon Looney (Milwaukee, Wis./Milwaukee Hamilton) at the 19th Annual NBA Players Association Top 100 High School Basketball Camp in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The basketball world will be watching the 37th annual McDonald's All-American Game on Wednesday night (ESPN, 9:30 p.m. ET) from the United Center in Chicago. The 24 players selected to participate have already received the greatest honor in high school basketball, but with practices having started, they're quickly realizing that this week is as much about things to come as it is a celebration of their careers to date.
about 1993 days ago | ESPN.com staff | NCB On The Trail
After a slow start to the 2014 recruiting race, the Bruins appear to be finding their groove as they landed one of the nation's better unsigned prospects in 6-foot-8, 205-pound power forward Jonah Bolden (New South Wales, Australia/Findlay Prep).
about 2105 days ago | Joel Francisco | NCB On The Trail
Signing periods can sometimes be anti-climactic. Prospects have already made verbal commitments and so many times signing a National Letter of Intent is more ceremonial than it is newsworthy, but that certainly hasn't been the case this year.
about 2127 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
The top-ranked overall prospect in the ESPN 100, Jahlil Okafor, and the nations top-ranked point guard, Tyus Jones, made college basketball recruiting history Friday afternoon with a coordinated commitment to Duke.
With seven ESPN 100 commitments in as many days, the last week has been incredibly busy on the recruiting wire, but the best could still be yet to come with Reid Travis, Cliff Alexander, Jahlil Okaforand Tyus Jones all likely to make decisions in time to sign during the early signing period, which begins next week.
about 2139 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Kevon Looney, the No. 11 player in the ESPN 100, picked UCLA on Thursday over Duke, Tennessee, Florida, Michigan State and Wisconsin. Here's a look at why he picked the Bruins and how the 6-foot-8, 190-pound power forward fits in with new coach Steve Alford.
about 2145 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail