Jeff Borzello surveyed anonymous coaches from each of the top conferences to ID the teams from their leagues that have flown beneath the offseason radar.
Jeff Borzello breaks down the race for the top 12 uncommitted recruits, and which programs have a shot at the No. 1 class.
- Days decides to return to LSU for senior season
- Kentucky lands another 5-star PG in Washington
- LSU leading scorer Thomas says he'll enter draft
- Virginia lands first-team all-AAC selection Gardner
Whether it's social media following, talent or a combination of both, these college basketball players stand to make big bucks in the NIL era.
The dust has largely settled on the transfer movement front, and some new national title contenders have emerged.
LSU forward Darius Days has decided to return to the Tigers for his senior season after initially exploring his opportunity to turn pro.
The loose framework provided in the NCAA's latest proposal and in some state laws has schools scrambling to sort through the NIL details.
ESPN's panel talks SEC recruiting, including Kentucky's lost year, the rise of Alabama and the dark cloud that has hovered over the league's recruiting exploits.
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the SEC men's basketball programs that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Michigan remains atop the recruiting class rankings, but Gonzaga, LSU and Creighton added key prospects over the past few weeks.
TyTy Washington announced his commitment to Kentucky on Wednesday, giving John Calipari his 12th five-star point guard recruit since taking over in Lexington in 2009. Washington chose the Wildcats over Arizona, Baylor, Kansas, LSU and Oregon.
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Five-star point guard TyTy Washington has committed to Kentucky. "There is a big challenge at Kentucky for playing time and a leadership role. I always liked a challenge." Washington is the 12th five-star point guard to commit to Kentucky since John Calipari took over in 2009 - Jeff Borzello
Tennessee and Creighton are among college basketball programs to be bringing in some of the biggest rising prospects for next season.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
LSU freshman Cameron Thomas, whose 23 points per game led the Tigers in scoring, announced Thursday that he is declaring for the NBA draft and intends to sign with an agent.
East Carolina transfer Jayden Gardner, a first-team all-conference selection, committed to Virginia on Monday, choosing the Cavaliers over NC State, Miami, LSU and Arkansas.
— Top-seeded Michigan salvaged the Big Ten’s best hope for NCAA Tournament glory Monday, getting 21 points each from Chaundee Brown and Eli Brooks in a a roller-coaster 86-78 victory over talent-rich LSU.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
— Freshman Cameron Thomas scored 27 points in another impressive performance and his LSU teammates provided the rebounding muscle, leading the eighth-seeded Tigers past ninth-seeded St. Bonaventure 76-61 on Saturday and into the second round of the...
Cade Cunningham, Luka Garza and Gonzaga -- which has three starters in the top 10 -- headline the updated rankings for March Madness.
Kevin Scarbinsky, Freelance Writer, joins Paul to talk about the NCAA tournament. Callers weigh in on a variety of subjects surrounding March Madness.
— Herbert Jones drove for a go-ahead layup with 19.5 seconds and No. 6 Alabama won the Southeastern Conference Tournament for the first time since 1991, holding off a late flurry to edge LSU 80-79 Sunday.