Here are 12 players who our scouting staff discussed in great detail as we assembled our updated ESPN 100 rankings. These players have played well and have had some outstanding performances but just missed the cut.
about 330 days ago | Reggie Rankin | NCB On The Trail
Tennessee head coach Cuonzo Martin landed four letters of intent on Thursday evening, including ESPN 100 power forward Phil Cofer (Atlanta/Whitewater). Joining Cofer in Knoxville will be four-star point guard Larry Austin (Springfield, Ill.
about 406 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
After reviewing the July notes, a number of players popped onto the radar. Whether they make any top 100 lists is to be determined, but they are candidates. Frankly, this summer could yield more change than usual in a list of this nature.
The worst time to write a column about what you saw in July is right after July. The month needs to marinate on your mind so one can process what we just lived. So, nearly three weeks out from the month that was, I sat down to recall a few of the top players of July.
Tennessee landed its fourth recruit from the 2014 class on Sunday when four-star center C.J. Turman (Madison, Ga./Morgan County) committed to the Vols, ESPN.com has confirmed. Alabama, Georgia, Houston and Miami were among the schools to offer Turman.
about 495 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
To understand what just happened in college basketball recruiting, let me use a golf analogy. In golf majors, Saturdays set the players up for the final round and determine the pairings for the homestretch.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- While the nationally televised contest between Houston Hoops and Each 1 Teach 1 offered fans highlights of some of the nation's top talent at the AAU Super Showcase on Thursday, there were plenty of other stellar performances at both AAU Nationals and Super Showcase that didn't make it on air but still deserved some notoriety.
about 518 days ago | Reggie Rankin and John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
Last week, the second of July's three open evaluation periods took me to three events in Georgia, where it was time to do work on players from the Southeast. The Best of the South, Elite 32 and All-American Juco Showcase had my full attention.