HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- The Washington, D.C., area was the epicenter of high school basketball over the weekend, with multiple events going on near the nation's capital. The main attraction was the National High School Hoops Festival held at DeMatha Catholic (Md.
about 896 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Today is the last day of regular-season games as the playoffs approach. The players are competing at a high level as they work to build positive momentum to put their team in position to compete for the NBPA Top 100 Camp Championship.
about 1073 days ago | Paul Biancardi and Reggie Rankin | NCB On The Trail
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 1085 days ago | Paul Biancardi | 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 1155 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
This week's Friday notebook is highlighted by the standout performance of 2015 recruit Thomas Bryant at Team USA U16 tryouts, a pair of high-profile visits for ESPN 60 small forward Justise Winslow and the growing interest in juco stud Kadeem Allen.
WHEELING, W.Va. -- Where to begin? For a two-day event, the Cancer Research Classic smashed a ton of talent into a tight window. Between two classes, there were four top-five players on display this weekend, plus a college announcement from the nation's No.
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).