One of the top point guards in the class of 2016 has some of the biggest names in the country calling. A long and lanky one guard with a great deal of skill and feel for his size, there is definitely a reason why the best schools in the country are looking into his game.
Do-everything junior forward Derrick Jones finished with 12 points; the five-star recruit had a hand in a lot of tips, deflections and rebounds as well, but didn’t need to dominate on the offensive end in a game the Patriots had nearly from the outset.
Class of 2015 Trenton Catholic (N.J.) wing Malachi Richardson is ready to announce his college decision. As first reported by Justin Albers of AllHoosiers.com last week, Richardson confirmed his plans for a Friday announcement earlier this afternoon on Twitter.
Duke’s dynamic duo just turned into a terrific trio. Justise Winslow announced Thursday afternoon at Houston St. John’s that he will play college basketball at Duke, joining his friends Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones in a blockbuster class for coach Mike Krzyzewski.
With the biggest stage of the nonconference schedule at hand, it was a perfect storm for the ISU men’s basketball team who upset No. 7 Michigan 77-70. Top recruiting target Rashad Vaughn was in the house along with several others.