The college basketball world is about to be inundated with preseason rankings, awards and inflated expectations. It's the business of the sport, and consuming all the information is part of the allure of the early season for fans.
Colorado head coach Tad Boyle added another piece to his 2012 class on Thursday night with a pledge from point guard Eli Stalzer (Santa Ana, Calif./Mater Dei), according to the Daily Camera of Boulder.
Colorado head coach Tad Boyl announced the signing of five student-athletes to letters of intent on Wednesday giving the Buffaloes a Top 25 class on ESPN.com. Making up Boyle's 21st ranked class are ESPNU 100 prospects Josh Scott (Monument, Colo.
6-foot point guard Xavier Talton (Sterling, Colo./Sterling H.S.) is expected to sign his letter of intent on Wednesday. He chose the Buffaloes over Wyoming. "Xavier is a strong combo guard who is tough to stop off the dribble," according to ESPN.
As we inch closer to signing day in November, it's clear there are going to be a handful of party crashers regarding our class rankings. The Providence Friars and their first-year head coach Ed Cooley crashed the top 10 with Ricardo Ledo (Providence, R.
ESPN.com confirmed on Monday that ESPNU 100 small forward Xavier Johnson has ended his recruitment and will sign with Colorado. Johnson, No. 24 at his position and No. 86 overall, visited the Buffaloes last weekend (Sept.
According to various sources, Colorado head coach Tad Boyle landed a verbal commitment from Detroit small forward Chris Jenkins on Sunday. Jenkins joins a class for Boyle which features ESPNU 100 post player Josh Scott along with power forward Wesley Gordon.
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