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Borzello: Signings that could shake up the 2016 class rankings

One year after LSU's signing of Ben Simmons altered the usual balance of the class rankings, a number of high-level players are eyeing non-traditional recruiting powers again.

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Source: SMU, Brown facing NCAA sanctions

SMU appeared before the COI last month for a hearing regarding various allegations involving the men's basketball team, including a failure-to-monitor charge for Larry Brown, a source confirmed.

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Recruiting confidential: Malik Monk stating case

Malik Monk is the top shooting guard in the ESPN 100 Class of 2016, but he showed on Thursday in Las Vegas that he has the skills to transition to the point guard position if needed.

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Vitale: Roundball chatter

The Virginia Cavaliers won the Austin Nichols sweepstakes as the former Memphis forward will play for coach Tony Bennett after sitting out next season.

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Villanova offered four-star center Dylan Painter. He's expected to cut his list to seven schools later today.

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Penn State had reeled in three ESPN 100 players between 2007-2014. With Tony Carr in the fold, they now have three in the past two classes.

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Another interesting note is that Tony Carr and ESPN 100 forward Lamar Stevens are very close. Stevens has Penn State among finalists, too.

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Tony Carr is Penn State's third 2016 commit -- joining Nazeer Bostick and Joe Hampton. Nittany Lions still looking to add, as well.

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Tony Carr is a huge pickup for Pat Chambers and Penn State. Highest-ranked Nittany Lion commit since ESPN's database started in 2007.