At first glance, the 2015 class isn't all that unusual. Duke is atop the class rankings and Kentucky is right behind. But that's when it starts to take a different turn. Of the top 15 players in the ESPN 100, only five committed to what would be considered "blue blood" programs (six if you count Diamond Stone and Maryland).
about 742 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail
What do Kansas, Kentucky, Duke, North Carolina, Arizona, Michigan State, Connecticut, Syracuse, Michigan, Ohio State, Louisville and North Carolina State have in common? Yes, they're all among the most prestigious college basketball programs in the country, but they're also among the programs battling it out for the 10 remaining prospects left available in the ESPN 100, eight of whom are among the top 12 ranked players in the country.
about 843 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
The player rankings in all three high school classes (ESPN 100, 60 and 25) have been updated. We base our rankings on the four Ps: Performance, production potential and projection, among many other factors.
about 859 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
The Hoophall Classic, a five-day event that features some of the nation's best high school teams and prospects, begins Thursday in Springfield, Massachusetts. Our experts discuss the biggest storylines heading into the action.
about 865 days ago | ESPN.com staff | NCB On The Trail
Kansas finally got on the board in the 2015 class Thursday, when five-star forward Carlton Bragg announced his commitment to the Jayhawks (after initially saying Kentucky). There probably wasn't any real concern in Lawrence about the lack of commitments in the senior class, but there is a segment of the Jayhawks fan base that breathed a slight sigh of relief late last week.
about 868 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail