Texas held its first-ever "Under The Lights" night camp inside Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on Friday. While the event did not immediately result in new scholarship offers or commitments, we still learned plenty from Charlie Strong's final summer camp of 2014, which featured well more than 100 participants including at least 30 ESPN 300 prospects.
Here's the latest in recruiting around the Big 12: BAYLOR Total commits: 9 ESPN 300 commits: 6 The latest: Recent commit Jordan Tolbert, a cornerback prospect from Missouri City (Texas) Ridge Point, has a torn ACL but remains committed to the Bears.
about 135 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | NCF On The Trail
It's a constant topic of conversation: Which player does this prospect remind us of? Well, given that the current college basketball season has been dominated by freshmen, we took a look at Jeff Goodman's latest ranking of college freshmen and played the comparison game.
about 224 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
BRONX, N.Y. -- The fifth annual Sharette Dixon Memorial Classic was held Saturday night at Gauchos Gym, pitting top prospects from the state of New Jersey against their peers from the greater New York City area in both an underclassmen and upperclassmen game.
about 346 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
A look at five things that might have been missed at Ohio State's Friday Night Lights camp this past weekend: Cocoa beware The headline storylines were Eric Glover-Williams (Canton, Ohio/McKinley) squaring off with Damon Webb (Detroit/Cass Tech) and perhaps the emergence of Tyree Kinnel (Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne).
about 430 days ago | Brad Bournival | Ohio State Buckeyes
Editor's note: This is the latest entry in Dave Telep's July Road Trip blog. Throughout the month, Dave will check in each day he's on the road while covering some of the biggest basketball recruiting events in the country.
The more you do this college recruiting job, the more imperative it is to find guys a team can win with. Collecting highly rated guys is nice, but as former Butler coach Brad Stevens can attest, you win with players who properly fit your program.