WHEELING, W. Va. -- Here's what we saw at the Cancer Research Classic, a tournament featuring some of the nation's best Catholic high schools. 1. Ben Simmons (No. 1 in ESPN 100) did his best to put to rest any debate of who is the best player in the 2015 class.
about 746 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
Conference realignment was supposed to mean the death of mid-majors as perennial mid-major powerhouses such as Xavier, Utah, Butler, Memphis, Temple, Creighton, SMU, and others moved up to high-major conferences.
about 771 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
After the early-signing period, Kentucky is at the top of the class rankings. But with seven of the top-10 prospects in the ESPN 100 still uncommitted, there is plenty of work left to be done before the best class in the land is crowned.
about 777 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
The early signing period in men's college basketball has passed, and seven of the top 10 players in the country are still on the board, which means the landscape of college basketball for next year has yet to be determined.
about 786 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Heading into Thursday afternoon, Kentucky had a borderline top-40 recruiting class nationally. There was just one player in the fold, four-star guard Charles Matthews. Less than one hour later, Kentucky was back in a familiar spot -- with the No.
about 798 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail
The worst time to write a column about what you saw in July is right after July. The month needs to marinate on your mind so one can process what we just lived. So, nearly three weeks out from the month that was, I sat down to recall a few of the top players of July.