ESPN’s number six ranked senior Jalen Suggs committed to Gonzaga on Saturday night. Suggs is the highest ranked commit in Gonzaga’s history. Suggs said, “I think Mark Few (Gonzaga’s coach) is the best coach in the country.” Suggs chose the zags over Florida, Florida State, Iowa State, and Minnesota. Suggs is also considering a season […]
Former five-star recruit Quentin Grimes has announced he will be transferring to Houston. Grimes entered the NCAA transfer portal and put his name in the 2019 NBA Draft. It was unlikely Grimes would take his name out of the draft but he did, and ended up choosing a basketball program on the rise in Houston, […]
LaMelo Ball announced on “The Jump” that he would be heading to the Australia’s NBL and will be playing Illawarra Hawks. Ball was ranked number twenty-one in the 2019 ESPN 100. Ball said, “Australia really made sense to me” regarding his wanting of being the top pick of the 2020 NBA Draft. Because Ball played […]
LeBron James’s sons Bronny James Jr. (age 14) (LeBron Jr.) and Bryce James (age 11) are transferring to Sierra Canyon in Chatsworth, California. James’s sons are moving from Crossroads school in Santa Monica to the pre-school through twelfth grade Sierra Canyon in Chatsworth. Dwayne Wade’s son Zaire is making the transfer from American Heritage in […]
2019 combo guard RJ Hampton, who is ranked number five in the ESPN 100, has chosen the New Zealand Breakers, an Australian pro basketball team over the likes of his three college finalists: Kansas, Texas Tech, and Memphis. Hampton wanted to become a pro early and reach his NBA dream instead of having to go […]
There is always a freshman each college basketball season that is excellent, turns into a social media star, and becomes an NBA draft pick. These past two college basketball seasons we have seen two big examples of that: in 2017-18, Oklahoma Guard Trae Young, and in 2018-19 Duke Forward Zion Williamson. Now, let’s take a […]
Matthew Hurt,the number ten ranked player in the 2019 ESPN 100,and the number two ranked Power Forward,has committed to Duke.Hurt joins Center Vernon Carey and Small Forward Wendall Moore as five-stars in Duke’s 2019 class.Hurt chose to play for the Blue Devils over North Carolina,Kansas,and Kentucky.
Center James Wiseman,the top Senior high school basketball player in the country according to ESPN,has been awarded the Gatorde National Basketball Player of the Year Honors according to Rivals.com.Wiseman,from East Memphis high,signed with his former AAU Coach Penny Hardaway’s team,Memphis over Thanksgiving break.
I forgot to report on this earlier,but #3 Ranked Player in the 2019 ESPN 100,Vernon Carey Jr.,is going to Duke.The center chose Duke over North Carolina and Michigan State.
#1 2019 high school basketball player James Wiseman has chosen to attend hometown Memphis over Kentucky,Vanderbilt,and Florida State.Wiseman will team up with his former AAU coach Penny Hardaway at Memphis.