| Class of 2016
Chad Ford says it's difficult to place Dennis Smith Jr. in the NBA draft since there are so many good guards available.
NC State's Dennis Smith Jr. joins SportsCenter to discuss his decision to enter the 2017 NBA draft.
NC State commit and No. 1 PG Dennis Smith Jr. announces on Recruiting Nation that he will graduate high school early and start college in January in order to jumpstart his ACL rehabilitation and begin training with the Wolfpack.
Dennis Smith Jr., the No. 4 player in the ESPN 100 and No. 1 point guard in the 2016 class, has told ESPN he will attend NC State.
ESPN.com's team of hoops scouts was asked to rank the 25 current HS stars whom we'd still be talking about a decade from now. Sophomore Marvin Bagley III topped the list.
The 2016 class of high school point guards has a chance to be one of the best in recent memory -- potentially surpassing even the deep 2008 class.
Frank Jackson and Malik Monk are two of the hottest names in a 2016 class full of prime backcourt talent. But are they really point guards? Our experts debate.
Kentucky coach John Calipari said the recruiting class he's working on for 2016-17 could be the best he has ever assembled.
Wenyen Gabriel, Sacha Killeya-Jones and Malik Monk emerged as standouts in the third week of the July evaluation period, while Kobi Simmons was among the players who struggled in Vegas.
Malik Monk is the top shooting guard in the ESPN 100 Class of 2016, but he showed on Thursday in Las Vegas that he has the skills to transition to the point guard position if needed.