2021 men's college basketball recruiting class rankings: Kentucky, Memphis rise in top 25
With the latest ESPN 100 update, Kentucky, Louisville and Creighton all made moves in the top 15.
Top 25 men's college basketball recruits regardless of class: A new No. 1
Emoni Bates is still a generational talent, but there is a new No. 1 men's college basketball prospect in the country.
Which men's college basketball recruits rose up and fell down the rankings?
Prospects committed to Kentucky, Syracuse and other big college basketball schools moved up the rankings.
Ranking the No. 1 recruiting classes in the ESPN era
Duke and Kentucky have combined for 10 of the past 12 No. 1-ranked recruiting classes. But which group was the best?
What to expect during men's college basketball's early signing period
We answer the big questions entering college basketball's early signing period, from who is signing to where Duke and Kentucky stand.
Meet the No. 1 prospects in the 2021, 2022 and 2023 recruiting classes
The names Chet Holmgren, Emoni Bates and D.J. Wagner will only get more recognizable in the coming years.
ESPN 2021 basketball recruiting player rankings
Chet Holmgren, a seven-footer with perimeter skills, takes over the top spot in ESPN's expanded top 100 recruiting rankings.
Bronny James vs. high school LeBron -- how they compare
ESPN's Paul Biancardi scouted LeBron James as a high schooler and has also evaluated son Bronny. Here's how their games differ.
Answering all your questions about the state of college basketball recruiting
The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out spring recruiting events in college hoops and placed summer events in peril. Here are the implications for the game.
Kentucky, Duke and UNC ... followed by chaos in the top 10
Order was restored at the top of the class rankings for this cycle, but there are many unusual names to be found down the list.
Jalen Green finished No. 1 in the final ESPN 100 rankings for 2020. Cade Cunningham (Oklahoma State) and Evan Mobley (USC) were not far behind.
B.J. Boston's commitment helped Kentucky secure college basketball's No. 1 recruiting class entering 2020-21.