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 37 days ago | RecruitingNation staff | NCB On The Trail
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- The Spiece Bill Hensley Memorial Run & Slam has a strong history in the Midwest. It has been the premier basketball event in the region for 20 years. This year's edition was just as good, as teams from 12 states converged here for a great weekend of hoops.
about 65 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
Little Rock, Ark. -- The Real Deal in the Rock is in its 10th year as one of the top spring events in the country, bringing some of the nation's top teams to the Deep South. Here are some of the players who stood out: Best Surprise Admon Gilder 6-3, 180, 2015, SG Gilder is a supreme scorer.
about 80 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
MILWAUKEE -- The NY2LA Swish n' Dish tournament has become the destination event of the spring. The event features most of the top programs in the Midwest and is always full of top-level talent competing and playing hard.
about 93 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
Last week we rolled out our updated ESPN 100, ESPN 60 and ESPN 25 player rankings, and while rankings are often the culmination of weeks and months of work and evaluations, it's a never-ending process.
about 156 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
DAYTON, Ohio -- The Good Samaritan Flyin' to the Hoop Invitational is a four-day basketball showcase held annually over the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. It matched great local and in-state talent with highly ranked teams and players from across the country.
about 170 days ago | Reggie Rankin and John Stovall | NCB On The Trail
Every fall the state of Ohio sends most of its elite players to Columbus, Ohio, for the All Ohio Battle of the Cities. The event has all of the major cities put together teams in each age group (8th grade through 12th grade) and come to the capital of the state to play to see which city is the king of basketball.
about 255 days ago | John Stovall | NCB On The Trail