National recruiting director Paul Biancardi joins Matt Schick to whip around the basketball recruiting landscape to discuss the Kansas' addition of Carlton Bragg, the patience of top-10 talent and the best classes in the nation.
After the early-signing period, Kentucky is at the top of the class rankings. But with seven of the top-10 prospects in the ESPN 100 still uncommitted, there is plenty of work left to be done before the best class in the land is crowned.
about 51 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
When Isaiah Briscoe (No. 13) announced his commitment to Kentucky, it came with a bit of a caveat. "Maybe the next signing period I think I'll sign my papers," Briscoe said. "I would just wait to see how everything plays out, to see who stays and who goes and things like that, and just make sure it's the perfect fit.
about 58 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Over the past few years, college basketball's early signing period has clearly taken precedence over the spring period. Nearly every committed player signs his letter of intent during the fall period, while several available top-100 prospects usually make their decisions within the seven-day stretch.
about 66 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail
Kentucky head coach John Calipari announced the signing of three ESPN 100 recruits on Friday, giving the Wildcats coach the No. 1 class on ESPN.com. Heading to Lexington next season will be the top-ranked point guard Isaiah Briscoe (No.
about 71 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
Heading into Thursday afternoon, Kentucky had a borderline top-40 recruiting class nationally. There was just one player in the fold, four-star guard Charles Matthews. Less than one hour later, Kentucky was back in a familiar spot -- with the No.
about 72 days ago | Jeff Borzello | NCB On The Trail