The ESPN 100 isn't a static listing of top prospects. Players are added and dropped, and players who weren't on the initial 2015 ESPN 100 rankings released last week just might be on it during the next update.
about 1774 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
As we turn our attention to the Class of 2015 and the newly released ESPN 100, here's a look at five college basketball programs that have a head start on the 2015 recruiting trail: Arizona Wildcats Who they have: Sean Miller and his staff have continued to exhibit their recruiting prowess as they have landed two of the better guards in the country.
about 1780 days ago | RecruitingNation staff | NCB On The Trail
ESPN 60 power forward/center Noah Dickersoncommitted to Georgetown after also considering Florida, Ohio State and Virginia. Why he committed: "Georgetown has the academics; it's a great private school.
about 1804 days ago | Reggie Rankin | NCB On The Trail
HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- DeMatha Catholic High School was the site of the inaugural Metro Challenge, which hosted 60 of the top basketball prospects from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia for a one-day showcase on Saturday.
about 1845 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
As we close the door on 2013 and look forward to the year to come, there are a variety of things to look forward to in college basketball recruiting. The potentially intriguing storylines and trends are perhaps best reflected in our team of Recruiting Nation experts, who seem to have their eyes set on something different heading into the new year.
about 1934 days ago | ESPN.com staff | NCB On The Trail
Junior power forward Marcus Derrickson (Fairfax, Va./Paul VI) ended his recruitment Saturday with a verbal commitment to Georgetown, according to multiple sources. The 6-foot-6 ESPN 60 prospect chose the Hoyas over offers from Indiana, NC State, Miami (Fla.
about 1999 days ago | Reggie Rankin | NCB On The Trail
HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- No. 3-ranked Huntington Prep received a scare from Princeton Day on the final day of the Team Takeover Hoops Festival. Small forward Andrew Wiggins, the nation's top overall recruit, dug down and two of his teammates followed suit as Prep survived an offensive onslaught from one of the most gifted sub-6-footers in the country, scoring maven Aquille Carr (Baltimore/Princeton Day).