As the NCAA tournament moves on to the Sweet 16, here's a look back at five former ESPN 100 players who helped their teams advance -- and five members of the 2014 ESPN 100 who could play a similar role next season: 1.
about 1358 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Want to ask ESPN RecruitingNation national recruiting director Paul Biancardi a question about basketball recruiting? Tweet it to @PaulBiancardi using the hashtag #AskCoachB. @PaulBiancardi -- give me your take on Pickerington Central's JeSean Tate who is headed to Ohio State- Keith Minier (@keithminier) December 25, 2013 I asolutely love Jae'Sean Tate's game, his approach at competition and his demeanor during adversity.
about 1435 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
The Clark Kellogg Tip Off Classic has become the No. 1 event to start the High School basketball season in Ohio. Hosted by one of Ohio's best players ever, Clark Kellogg, many of Ohio's best teams come to Columbus to open their seasons.
about 1463 days ago | John Stovall | 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.
Ohio State officially landed a RecruitingNation Top 40 class on Thursday with the announcement of four student-athletes signing letters of intent. Joining the Buckeyes in 2014 will be ESPN 100 SG D'Angelo Russell (Louisville, Ky.
about 1487 days ago | ESPN.com staff | NCB On The Trail
The early signing period arrives Wednesday, marking the first time 2014 prospects can officially sign their national letters of intent, turning previously unbinding verbal commitments into contractually binding scholarship agreements.
about 1491 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Every fall the state of Ohio sends most of its elite players to Columbus, Ohio, for the All Ohio Battle of the Cities. The event has all of the major cities put together teams in each age group (8th grade through 12th grade) and come to the capital of the state to play to see which city is the king of basketball.
about 1504 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
We've been talking a lot about class rankings in recent weeks. North Carolina and Ohio State have both been in the lead at various points this year while strong finishes from Duke, Kentucky, Kansas and even Baylor could put them all in contention for the top spot before it's all said and done.
about 1509 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail