To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Arizona and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G Gabe York G Parker Jackson-Cartwright G Allonzo Trier F Ryan Anderson C Dusan Ristic Who is lost: Each season, it is becoming a regularity in Sean Miller's program that an underclassmen bolts to the NBA -- and this year is no exception.
about 426 days ago | Joel Francisco | NCB On The Trail
Last season, the Pac-12 lost a lot of talent to graduation and the NBA draft, and it's showing with only two ranked teams as of this week. The conference certainly appears to have made some strong inroads on the recruiting trail this year as there are six 2015 classes in our top 40 and thirteen ESPN 100 players coming in next season.
about 472 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Prep school basketball -- that is to say legitimate scholastic programs that offer a post-graduate option -- can be specific to certain geographic parts of the country, but its implications are felt throughout all of college basketball and the NBA with recent alumni including the likes of Andre Drummond, Michael Carter-Williams, Nerlens Noel, Nik Stauskas, Shabazz Napier, Steven Adams, Noah Vonleh, Wayne Selden and many more.
about 505 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
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 540 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
Every coach wants an unselfish team, and one way to get there is by evaluating and recruiting prospects who understand the value of moving the ball and making the assist. You can teach players how to make a pass or show film of where the ball should be thrown and what type of pass should be made, but it takes skill, timing and innate instincts to be an accomplished passer.
about 600 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
PHILADELPHIA -- The Reebok Classic Breakout took a backseat to no other event over the past 48 hours as the staff did a tremendous job of putting together a deep and talented roster, which in turn attracted over 200 Division I college coaches including dozens of high-profile head coaches.
about 687 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
As we turn our attention to the Class of 2015 and the newly released ESPN 100, here's a look at five college basketball programs that have a head start on the 2015 recruiting trail: Arizona Wildcats Who they have: Sean Miller and his staff have continued to exhibit their recruiting prowess as they have landed two of the better guards in the country.
about 725 days ago | RecruitingNation staff | NCB On The Trail
Justin Simon, an ESPN 60 prospect, chose the Arizona Wildcats on Tuesday over the likes of Kansas, Louisville and UCLA, among others. Why he committed: Sean Miller has owned the West Coast in recent years with players such as Brandon Ashley, Grant Jerrett, Aaron Gordon and Stanley Johnson all joining the fold, and the Class of 2015 is no different.
about 752 days ago | Joel Francisco | NCB On The Trail