| Class of 2016
Arizona starting guard Rawle Alkins returned to the court after suffering a minor fracture in his right index finger during the Wildcats' win over St. Mary's on Saturday night.
Rawle Alkins takes the Arizona court for the very first time to slam down this huge dunk with a little help from coach Sean Miller.
Brandon Randolph, who is ranked No. 40 in the ESPN 100 for 2017, has chosen to play basketball for the Arizona Wildcats.
ESPN national recruiting director Paul Biancardi joins Phil Murphy to break down the top 10 of the final college basketball class rankings for 2016.
ESPN 100 shooting forward and five-star wing Rawle Alkins joins College Basketball Live to announce his decision to play college basketball at Arizona.
Rawle Alkins, No. 17 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Arizona over St. John's, North Carolina, NC State, UNLV and others.
Five-star small forward Rawle Alkins is the best New York City basketball player in this class. Recruiting reporter Jeff Borzello joins ESPN's Phil Murphy to handicap Alkins' favorites.
German forward Richard Freudenberg, who averaged 14.3 points and 8.0 rebounds and had options to play professionally in Europe, has committed to St. John's.
Hoophall has ended, a new ESPN 100 has dropped and nine uncommitted players remain in the ESPN 100, as well as five-star center Thon Maker. Where are they headed? Our team predicts.
Jeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello examine the top unsigned seniors in college basketball.