| Class of 2016
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.
Five-star senior Kobi Simmons, the No. 18 player in the ESPN 100, chose Arizona over fellow finalists Ohio State and Kentucky, announcing his decision Saturday on ESPN.
Kobi Simmons, the No. 18 in the ESPN 100, announces he will play for Arizona next season and says Wildcats coach Sean Miller made the decision easy for him.
Recruiting Nation discusses the most impressive basketball prospects in 2016 that have yet to sign.
The early signing period has ended and nine uncommitted players remain in the ESPN 100, as well as five-star center Thon Maker. Where are they headed?
Recruiting reporter Jeff Borzello discusses the big-name ESPN 100 prospects who are bypassing the early signing period and waiting until the spring.
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.