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Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Ex-Texas A&M center Tyler Davis told ESPN's The Undefeated that he is staying in the NBA Draft and forgoing his senior season. "I loved my time at Texas A&M. I love Coach Kennedy, my coaches and my teammates. I will always be an Aggie, and am thankful I was a part of their program. I just want to start my career as a pro and have decided to stay in the 2018 NBA Draft with the goal of being in the NBA next season," Davis told The Undefeated.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Starting this weekend in Atlanta, 90 teams on the Nike EYBL AAU circuit will wear an orange patch on their jerseys to bring attention to the fight against gun violence. Three years ago, the Rens (New York Renaissance) program developed the Orange Patch concept to shine a light on - and to fight against - the epidemic of gun violence. They partnered with ex-New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg's Everytown for Gun Safety initiative and visited the White House with President Obama in 2016.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

ESPN 100 Jordan Brown to Nevada. "The have been on me the longest and they have stuck with me through all my ups and downs." Brown tells ESPN

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Tyrese Maxey on John Calipari. "He told me what I needed to hear to play at the next level, not what I wanted to hear. That was important to me. " Maxey told ESPN

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Kentucky receives a huge verbal commitment from guard (2019) Tyrese Maxey, no.14 in the ESPN 60.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

UCLA received a verbal commitment from current Espn 60 Jaime Jaquez Jr. "I will have the chance to play on the wing in UCLA's motion offense, that style fits how I play." Jaquez Jr. told Espn.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Per, Lavar Batts Sr. Freshmen Lavar Batts Jr. has been granted his release from N.C State. He is free to speak to other schools.

Jovan Buha ESPN.com Editor 

When asked about striking a balance between developing a perimeter game and playing traditional low-post basketball, Moses Brown says his first priority will always be playing defense and protecting the paint.

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Jovan Buha ESPN.com Editor 

Kevin Porter Jr. on why his stock his been rising up the high school rankings and why the chip on his shoulder continues to grow.

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Jovan Buha ESPN.com Editor 

Shareef O'Neal on the best piece of advice his dad has given him on and off the court.

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Jovan Buha ESPN.com Editor 

Shareef O'Neal shares his opinion on if there should be a one-and-done rule or if players should be able to enter the NBA draft out of high school.

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Jovan Buha ESPN.com Editor 

Shareef O'Neal says it's just a matter of time until he officially signs with UCLA, and that he's not considering any other schools.

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Jonathan Givony ESPN 

Tulane junior Melvin Frazier informed ESPN he has elected to hire an agent and forgo his remaining college eligibility. Frazier, who is ranked 30th in the latest ESPN Top 100 prospect list, will sign with Thad Foucher of Wasserman Media Group. "Early on, I just wanted to take time and focus on finishing my semester," Frazier told ESPN. "After taking time to look at everything and talking with my family, I just feel like my time is now. I'm ready to get to work and take this next step. Looking forward to this next chapter of my life!"

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

With the addition of Romeo Langford. Indiana's recruiting class finishes at no.11 in the ESPN class rankings. Incredible work by Archie Miller and his staff.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

When Archie Miller took the Indiana job thirteen months ago, the Hoosiers were on the outside of the Romeo Langford recruiting race. Tonight Romeo Lanford commits to Indiana. Miller and staff made up major ground.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

The no.5 player in the country Romeo Langford is a Hoosier.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Combination guard Xavier Johnson committed to Jeff Capel and Pittsburgh over the weekend. Well coached and battle tested by playing for Team Takeover and Bishop O'Connell. A tough minded attacking guard, who can score with his drive game and body control or be a playmaker. Enjoys and excels in the transition game. Jumper needs work but it is capable.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

With the addition of Courtney Ramey, Texas jumps up to no.8 in the ESPN class rankings.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Courtney Ramey brings the Longhorns terrific positional length as a point guard. He is an excellent passer and he will make others around him better. He join's Matt Coleman in the backcourt. This gives Shaka Smart high level quality and depth in the backcourt.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Courtney Ramey no.56 in the ESPN 100 is headed to Texas, per his Instagram page.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

6'11" Hunter Dickinson (DeMatha) is one of the top big men in the class of 2020. He brings a wealth of skill to score the ball along with impressive passing abilities. He tells ESPN, that he is receiving heavy interest from Notre Dame, Maryland, Wake Forest, Purdue, Penn State, Villanova, Providence and North Carolina. He currently sits inside the ESPN 25.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

I spoke with Espn 100 PG Courtney Ramey. Today he is taking his official Louisville. He has already made official visits to Texas and Oklahoma State. At Webster Groves HS, Ramey has won back to back state championships and Mr. Basketball under Jay Blossom. He greatest strengths are his leadership, scoring ability, passing vision and positional length.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Frankie Policelli (Long Island Lutheran HS) committed to the Dayton flyers per his twitter page. I watched him at the Beach Ball Classic. He is a 6'8" slender bucket getter, who owns long range shooting ability with a drive game. His offensive versatility, along with a legitimate forwards frame will be a welcome addition to the Dayton Flyers. Excellent pick-up by Anthony Grant and staff.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Texas transfer James Banks, is heading to Georgia Tech for an official visit today. He is also hearing from Appalachian State, Old Dominion, Butler, Vanderbilt, VCU, Virginia Tech, San Diego State, Clemson, LSU, Depaul, Auburn and many others. The 6'11" Banks. a former top 100 prospect runs the floor well, He possess an inside presence to block shots and finish at the rim.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The transfer working group did, though, draft one proposal this week to go before the Division I Council in June for a vote. Proposal 2017-108 (notification to transfer) would scrap the old system, in which student-athletes must request a scholarship release in order to leave a school. It would also eliminate -- with possible rule exceptions created on the conference level -- the ability of a school to restrict the destination of a transfer. In the new system, a student-athlete would notify his or her schools of the desire to transfer, then enter the "transfer portal," essentially a database of transfers available to re-recruit. The working group will ask for the rule change to go into effect, if passed, on Oct. 15 of this year.