For a while, Duke and Kentucky dominated the recruiting world. But now other teams are getting into the mix, and that is clear this cycle.
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Jeff Borzello surveyed anonymous coaches from each of the top conferences to ID the teams from their leagues that have flown beneath the offseason radar.
- Connecticut recruit Joseph signs to play for Miami
- Wong to withdraw from NBA draft, rejoin Miami
- Miami G McGusty decides to return to Hurricanes
- Guard Moore transfers to Miami, his 4th school
Guard Bensley Joseph, widely considered the top recruit in Connecticut, has signed to play for the Miami Hurricanes.
Emoni Bates and Jalen Duren could both play college basketball in 2021-22 ... and we'll soon find out where. ESPN assessed the impact of their impending decisions.
The fields for six early-season college basketball tournaments were announced Thursday. Here's your handy guide to each ESPN-aired event.
Miami guard Isaiah Wong told ESPN he will withdraw his name from the 2021 NBA draft and return to the Hurricanes for his junior season.
Guard Kameron McGusty said Tuesday he has decided to play another season with Miami after going through the pre-draft process with NBA teams.
The Basketball Tournament, a $1 million, winner-take-all event, is back for an eighth year. Here's a look at all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
Several former Miami Hurricanes who once thought their clocks as professional athletes had long expired are helping revive and rebrand the sport in a city where it once was celebrated.
Our panel on which ACC men's basketball program does the most with the least, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Guard Charlie Moore is transferring to Miami, providing much-needed reinforcement for the Hurricanes, who since the end of the season have lost three players via the NCAA's new transfer rule.
East Carolina transfer Jayden Gardner, a first-team all-conference selection, committed to Virginia on Monday, choosing the Cavaliers over NC State, Miami, LSU and Arkansas.
Earl Timberlake, a former Miami wing and one of the top transfers this spring, has committed to play at Memphis.
Nysier Brooks, a 7-foot center who played center for Miami last season, is transferring to play for Ole Miss. He averaged 7.4 points and 5.8 rebounds last season.
Arkansas picked up Miami transfer guard Chris Lykes, who announced his commitment to the Razorbacks on Wednesday.
Miami Hurricanes guard Chris Lykes has changed his mind after deciding to go pro and will instead stay in the college game and enter the transfer portal.
Miami Hurricanes guard Chris Lykes has decided to turn pro after a senior season which was cut short due to an ankle injury.
Miami freshman Earl Timberlake, who entered the season as a projected first-round NBA draft pick, plans to transfer from the Hurricanes, he told ESPN.
— Jordan Usher scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half, including a game-clinching dunk created off a sterling play by Jose Alvarado, and Georgia Tech ended Miami's run in the ACC tournament with a 70-66 win on Thursday.
— Isaiah Wong scored 20 points for the second straight game and Miami became the first No. 13 seed to ever reach the quarterfinals in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, upsetting No. 5 seed Clemson 67-64 on Wednesday.
— Kameron McGusty scored a season-high 27 points and led a late rally as Miami defeated Boston College 80-76 on Friday in a regular-season finale.
— Sam Hauser scored 18 points and No. 21 Virginia ended a three-game skid by handing Miami its sixth loss in a row, 62-51 on Monday night.
— Aamir Simms and Al-Amir Dawes each scored 19 points and Clemson beat short-handed Miami 66-58 on Saturday for its fifth straight victory.
— Michael Devoe scored 29 points, Moses Wright had a double-double and Georgia Tech used a dominant first half to defeat short-handed Miami 89-60 on Saturday.