video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at West Virginia and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Jevon Carter G: Daxter Miles Jr. F: Esa Ahmad F: Jonathan Holton C: Devin Williams
video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at North Carolina and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Marcus Paige G: Justin Jackson F: J.P. Tokoto F: Brice Johnson C: Kennedy Meeks

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Wichita State and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Fred VanVleet G: Ron Baker G: Evan Wessel F: Markis McDuffie C: Shaquille Morris

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Recruit and return: Texas A&M Aggies 

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videoTo make it to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Texas A&M and its chances of making it to the dance in 2016 after narrowly missing out this season. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Alex Caruso G: Alex Robinson F: Jalen Jones F: Danuel House C: Tyler Davis

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A closer look at Ivan Rabb 

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video The late signing period for the 2015 class is drawing near. In the coming weeks, we’re going to take a deeper dive into each of the uncommitted players in the top 25 of the ESPN 100. Next up: Ivan Rabb 6-foot-11, 210 pounds | Power forward Oakland, California | Bishop O'Dowd High School No. 6 overall (No. 3 PF) Recruitment so far Potential schools Arizona -- Official visit: Jan. 4, 2015 California -- Official visit: Feb. 27, 2015 Kansas Kentucky -- Official visit: Oct. 25, 2014 UCLA Rabb established himself as one of the elite prospects in the 2015 class a couple of years ago, and not much has changed. With nearly every big-time school in the country in pursuit, Rabb trimmed his list to five schools toward the end of October. Arizona, California, Kansas, Kentucky and UCLA made the list, with Georgetown and North Carolina getting dropped. Rabb has taken a few official visits, and while there doesn’t seem to be an actual timeline for a decision, people involved in his recruitment have indicated the process is weighing on him a bit.

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HOUSTON -- The RCS Sports 14th annual "Spring Ice Breaker" is one off the marquee events in the country, and it kicks off the spring travel basketball circuit. Director Jim Hicks does a great job of booking elite individual talent and teams from throughout the talent-rich state of Texas and bordering states.
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Courtesy Reggie RankinJarred Vanderbilt is ranked third in the Class of 2017.
1. Best player Jarred Vanderbilt (ESPN 25, No. 3) Class of 2017, PF, 6-foot-7, 195 pounds, Houston/Victory Prep Academy Offers: Kentucky, Texas, Texas A&M, Arizona, Oklahoma, Baylor, SMU, among others. Vanderbilt is a long and athletic lefty who has noticably added strength. His biggest asset is his ability to pass in the open and half-court set. His court vision, feel and touch, to go along with his unselfish attitude, are things of beauty. Vanderbilt not only hits the open man, but his passes led teammates into baskets. Vanderbilt is a monster on the glass on both ends and is an above-the-rim finisher with good touch in and around the lane. He also does a nice job of contesting and blocking shots on and away from the ball. Vanderbilt does a good job of positively making an impact on a game without scoring. He needs to continue to work on skill-development, but he is a special talent.

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Northern Iowa and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Wes Washpun G: Matt Bohannon G: Jeremy Morgan F: Paul Jesperson C: Bennett Koch

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Recruit and return: Maryland Terrapins 

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Maryland and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Melo Trimble G: Jared Nickens F: Jake Layman F: Robert Carter C: Damonte Dodd

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Recruit and return: Oregon Ducks 

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Oregon and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Dwayne Benjamin G: Casey Benson F: Elgin Cook F: Dillon Brooks C: Jordan Bell

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Recruit and return: Iowa Hawkeyes 

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Iowa and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five: G: Mike Gesell G: Anthony Clemmons F: Peter Jok F: Jarrod Uthoff C: Adam Woodbury

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Dayton and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Kyle Davis G: Scoochie Smith G: Darrell Davis F: Dyshawn Pierre F: Kendall Pollard

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Recruit and return: Kansas Jayhawks 

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videoTo return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Kansas and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five: G: Frank Mason III G: Wayne Selden Jr. G: Brannen Greene F: Perry Ellis C: Cliff Alexander

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at San Diego State and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G Jeremy Hemsley G Winston Shepard C Skylar Spencer F Matt Shrigley F Malik Pope

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Virginia and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: London Perrantes G: Malcolm Brogdon F: Justin Anderson F: Anthony Gill C: Mike Tobey

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video To return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at Butler and its chances of dancing again in 2016. Quick references: 2014-15 roster 2015 recruiting Possible 2015-16 starting five G: Tyler Lewis G: Kellen Dunham F: Roosevelt Jones F: Andrew Chrabascz C: Tyler Wideman

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