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Final ESPN 100 for 2015

The final ESPN 100 features the same No. 1 player, LSU signee Ben Simmons, but the rest of the top five looks a little different.

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8hDana O'Neil

Looking ahead: Pittsburgh Panthers

Looking ahead: Pittsburgh Panthers -- Jamie Dixon has back his top two scorers, but two unexpected departures could leave him scrambling.

6dJeff Borzello

New coaches face recruiting questions

Can NBA guys Avery Johnson and Chris Mullin recruit? How will Bobby Hurley play out West? New faces in new places face big questions on the trail.

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5dFran Fraschilla

Most impressive Nike Hoop Summit players

Fran Fraschilla was on-hand last week for the Nike Hoop Summit. He details his most impressive performers, including Skal Labissiere and Ben Simmons.

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Scout's Take: Ivan Rabb to Cal

Ivan Rabb's decision to attend Cal gives coach Cuonzo Martin his highest-ranked recruit since he took over the program. Rabb is the No. 6 prospect in the ESPN 100.


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Another name (and the best one) added to transfer list: Grandy Glaze -- fifth-year kid at Saint Louis.

Seth Greenberg @SethOnHoops

LeVert will be a good example of if he moves up in the draft or not he made a wise decision. Will be mature and ready to have a career.

Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Missouri State transfer Marcus Marshall is headed to Nevada, per his AAU coach. Averaged 19.5 points in the first 14 games last season.

Duke becoming a one-and-done school
Men's College Basketball 

For a long time, Duke was known as a school where elite players stayed in school and won titles as upperclassmen. Not anymore: Six of the past 7 Duke 5-star recruits were one-and-done players.

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