Dave Telep's Starting 5: UCLA's recruiting situation, the five best poachable senior recruits, why freshman Harry Giles is so special, an introduction to freshman Kwe Parker and the best uncommitted seniors outside the ESPN 100.
about 769 days ago | Dave Telep | ESPN RecruitingNation
The Southern Cal Trojans fired their head basketball coach, Kevin O'Neill, on Monday. Midseason firings are typically reserved for pro sports, but we're beginning to get accustomed to them on the college football and basketball sides.
Less than three hours after it was reported that Kevin O'Neill had been fired as the head basketball coach at the University of Southern California, several of the Trojans' five incoming recruits in the 2013 class were already talking about what the news could mean for their futures.
about 840 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | USC Trojans
Senior point guard Julian Jacobs (Las Vegas, Nev./Desert Pines) signed his official letter of intent with USC this week after mulling offers from Santa Clara, St. Mary's and Utah, the school announced.
about 894 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
The clock appeared to drag on as an eager Roschon Prince (Long Beach, Calif./Poly) stared at its hands. Every tick seemed slower than the last. Finally, when the time came to sign his national letter of intent to USC basketball, Prince was overcome with relief and excitement.
According to a report in the Las Vegas Sun, point guard Julian Jacobs (Las Vegas/Desert Pines) has opened up his recruitment and is no longer committed to Utah. The 6-foot-3 Jacobs originally chose the Utes in March over offers from Santa Clara and St.
Shooting guard Parker Van Dyke (Salt Lake City, Utah/East H.S.) ended his recruitment on Monday with a verbal pledge to Utah, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. The 6-foot-3 Van Dyke chose the Utes over Utah State and Arizona State.