Jawun Evans, the No. 36 overall prospect in the ESPN 100, was one of the biggest risers this summer. Wednesday, the No. 6 point guard in the senior class chose Oklahoma State over Illinois and USC. He made official visits to all three schools.

Why he committed: With LSU transfer Anthony Hickey at the point guard spot for only a season at Oklahoma State, it created perfect timing for Evans. Oklahoma State's need at that position became the biggest draw for Evans, as Cowboys head coach Travis Ford will entrust Evans as a freshman, an opportunity too good to pass up. Ford was a feisty, competitive point guard in college at Kentucky and can groom Evans for the position.

Temple picked up a big verbal commitment on Tuesday morning as guard Levan Alston -- ranked No. 86 in the ESPN 100 -- announced he would play for the Owls at an 8 a.m. news conference at the Haverford School.

Why he committed: Temple was always perceived as the favorite. Alston’s father, Levan Alston Sr., previously played for the Owls alongside current assistant coach Aaron McKie. The relationship with McKie, head coach Fran Dunphy and assistant coach Dwayne Killings was critical, as was the presence of Alston’s AAU teammate and close friend Trey Lowe, who committed following the summer. Things became less certain in recent weeks, though, as Alston visited both VCU and Penn State after his initial visit to Temple. Ultimately, the opportunity to stay close to home at his father’s alma mater proved too much to pass up.

What he brings: Alston is a long and skilled combo guard with good size. He’s evolved into a good shot-maker from behind the 3-point line, capable of spotting up or coming off screens. While he’s not a truly explosive athlete, he also has a lot of weapons in the mid-range game with pull-ups and runners alike. He has an instinct for coming off screens both on and off the ball and the type of natural feel for the game that is going to be well utilized in offensive structure at the next level.

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Small forward Justin Jackson, No. 26 in the ESPN 60, decided to end his recruitment, as the rising junior selected UNLV over offers from Arizona, Illinois, and Louisville. Here's a look at what Jackson will bring to Las Vegas.


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Weekend events roundup

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The weekend featured events throughout the country filled with prospects on many teams' recruiting radars. Here's a look at the best of what we saw.

ADIDAS DODGE FLORIDA SHOOTOUT

ORLANDO, Florida -- The 19th Annual Adidas Dodge Florida Shootout brings together top individual talent and teams from throughout Florida.

Let's take a look at a few players that impressed us at this event.

Standout players

C Tony Bradley, 2016
Bartow, Fla./Bartow Senior

Bradley is a true center who does a terrific job in transition. He is a wide-bodied post target with excellent hands and touch in and around the lane. He is a good on-ball shot blocker with good timing for his size. On defense, he does an excellent job of moving the offensive player off his post sweet spot. He plays hard and competes on both ends.

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Big men dominate in class of 2015 

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A closer look at the class in 2015 shows that 10 of the top 15 prospects are either power forwards or centers. But don’t be mistaken as not all big men are the same. This is certainly not a one-size-fits-all talent pool.

Let’s look at how they are different in size, body type, skill, athletic ability and basketball IQ.

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Weekly commitment update

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The following is a list of commitments made to Division I schools from Sept. 19-25.

Big Ten
Illinois
Jalen Coleman SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 8
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 34

Michigan State
Matt McQuaid SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 18
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 65

Wisconsin
Alex Illikainen PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 225
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 21
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 95

Nebraska
Ed Morrow PF
HT: 6-7 WT: 215
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 16
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 62

ACC
Wake Forest
Bryant Crawford PG
HT: 6-2 WT: 182
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 16
Stars: 4

Florida State
Jean Marc Christ Koumadje C
HT: 7-2 WT: 235
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 25
Stars: 4

Pac 12
Washington State
Derrien King SF
HT: 6-8 WT: 175
Class of 2016
Positional Rank: Junior College

SEC
LSU
Cedric Russell SG
HT: 6-2
Class of 2017
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

South Carolina
Chris Silva PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 205
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 22
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 96

Big 12
West Virginia
Brandon Knapper PG
HT: 6-0 WT: 160
Class of 2017
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Oklahoma
Rashard Odomes SG
HT: 6-6 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big East
Creighton
Marlon Stewart PG
HT: 6-3 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Atlantic 10
Rhode Island
Christion Thompson SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 195
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Dayton
John Crosby PG
HT: 6-2 WT: 165
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Post Grad

MAC
Akron
Peter Agba PF
HT: 6-6
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Ball State
Trey Moses PF
HT: 6-9 WT: 220
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Buffalo
Nick Perkins PF
HT: 6-8
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Mountain West Conference
Utah State
Dusan Majstorovic SF
HT: 6-5
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Missouri Valley Conference
Loyola (IL)
Roosevelt Smart PG
HT: 6-2 Wt: 170
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 27
Stars: 4

Conference USA
Charlotte
Bryce Brown SG
HT: 6-2 WT: 183
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 3

Middle Tennessee State
Justin Coleman PF
HT: 6-7 WT: 200
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Junior College

Florida International
Michael Douglas PF
HT: 6-5
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

UTEP
Paul Thomas PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 35
Stars: 4

Colonial Athletic Conference
Towson
Alex Thomas PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 200
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Horizon League
Youngstown State
Latin Davis PG
HT: 5-11
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Devin Haygood SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Cleveland State
Jibri Blount SF
HT: 6-6 WT: 215
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Southern Conference
Virginia Military Institute
D'Andre Mahaffey SF
HT: 6-6
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Western Carolina
Jesse Deloach PF
HT: 6-8
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

East Tennessee State
Tyler Hooker PG
HT: 5-10 WT: 160
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Atlantic Sun
Lipscomb
Eli Pepper PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 189
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Florida Gulf Coast
Rayjon Tucker SF
HT: 6-5 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 39
Stars: 3

SWAC
Alabama State
Branden Johnson SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 195
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Southland Conference
Stephen F. Austin
Lasani Johnson SG
HT: 6-2
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Abilene Christian
Hayden Howell PF
HT: 6-7 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big Sky
Weber State
Juwan Williams SF
HT: 6-5 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

North Dakota
Adam McDermott SG
HT: 6-4
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Cortez Seales PG
HT: 6-4 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big South
High Point
Andre Fox SG
HT: 6-3
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Presbyterian
Darius Moore PG
HT: 5-11 WT: 170
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Summit League
IUPUI
Evan Hall SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 195
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Patriot League
Navy
Hasan Abdullah PG
HT: 5-10 WT: 150
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Ryan Pearson PG
HT: 6-1 WT: 170
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

George Kiernan PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Ivy League
Princeton
Jose Morales PG
HT: 5-9 WT: 160
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Yale
Blake Reynolds PF
HT: 6-7 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Sun Belt Conference
Troy
Tope Arikawe PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 230
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

West Coast Conference
St. Mary's
Stefan Gonzalez PG
HT: 6-2 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 2

Big West Conference
Long Beach State
Mason Riggins PF
HT: 6-9 WT: 230
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

America East Conference
Binghamton
Thomas Bruce PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending
Shooting guard Matt McQuaid, No. 65 in the ESPN 100, ended his recruiting Thursday when he committed to head coach Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans, ending a hard-fought battle with the Creighton Blue Jays. McQuaid reopened his recruiting in July after pledging to SMU in May.

Why he committed: "Michigan State is all about winning, and I like the fact that the former players are always around and giving back to the program," McQuaid said, whose grandparents live in Midland, Michigan.

"Matt developed a strong relationship with coach Izzo, and they made a huge effort to let him know he was wanted and needed at Michigan State," added Wes Grandstaff, McQuaid's coach at Nike's Team Texas Elite. "Also, Matt's grandparents live in Michigan and he will have great support there."


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Coach's role during an official visit 

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The official visit is usually the final piece to the puzzle in the recruiting process, a time when the coaching staff is trying to get a commitment. The goal isn’t necessarily to recruit, but to give the prospect and his family a feel for the situation and opportunity as opposed to trying to sell them every minute of the visit.

Most visits are very well planned out from which current player is hosting the prospect to the activities that take place. This is important as there are strict NCAA rules on what can and cannot take place during an official visit. Recently, a rule was changed that allows parents’ expenses for the visit to be covered. Previously, a program could only provide room and board, not airfare.

The NCAA allows the prospect to be on campus for 48 hours, but the best visits don’t that long. You want to give the family the experience and hopefully get the commitment.

The goal with the itinerary is to keep the prospect occupied while giving his family a good feel for what a typical 48 hours would be like on campus. It is imperative to have the right host as your current players should be your best recruiters. If your players aren't good recruiters, and they don’t take genuine interest in the prospect’s decision, they can spoil years of a coach’s recruiting work.


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Scout's Take: Jalen Coleman picks Illini 

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ESPN 100 shooting guard Jalen Coleman committed to John Groce and Illinois Tuesday. His decision came down to the Illini, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Michigan and UNLV. Here is an in-depth look at what this means for the Illini program:


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Scout's Take: PF Ed Morrow to Nebraska 

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Power forward Ed Morrow ended his recruitment on Monday when he committed to head coach Tim Miles and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Morrow, the No. 62 player in the ESPN 100, also had offers on the table from Creighton, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota and SMU.

Here is how Morrow will impact the Husker program.

Why he committed: Morrow understood that there was an opportunity to play immediately with Nebraska losing some front line players next season. He was also impressed with the players and player development along. Both his parents are former Nebraska student-athletes and he lived in Nebraska until he was 10 years old.

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Best of the Best Showcase recap 

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Best of the Best Showcase is put on by the Each 1 Teach 1 travel team and featured many of the top prospects in the Central Florida area. Here's a look at what we saw.


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Biancardi's Breakdown: New to ESPN 60 

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Recently, we released updated player rankings for all classes and we inserted some new 2016 prospects into the ESPN 60. When it comes to the junior class, potential becomes a more prevalent factor in the players' ranking, grade and evaluation. Although these young players are likely a year away from making their college decision, they're still getting plenty of recruiting attention.


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Weekly commitment update

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The following is a list of commitments made to Division I schools from Sept. 12-18.

Pac 12
Arizona
Chance Comanche C
HT: 6-10 WT: 205
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 17
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 97

Big East
DePaul
Develle Phillips PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Oumar Barry PF
HT: 6-9
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

American Athletic Conference
Connecticut
Steven Enoch PF
HT: 6-10 WT: 220
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 23
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 98

Cincinnati
Tre Scott SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 200
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Houston
Xavier Dupree SF
HT: 6-9 WT: 205
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Junior College

ACC
Boston College
A.J. Turner SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 20
Stars: 4

Big 12
Texas
Eric Davis SG
HT: 6-3 WT: 165
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 10
Stars: 4
ESPN 100: 41

Kansas State
Dante Williams C
HT: 7-0 WT: 220
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big Ten
Minnesota
Jarvis Johnson PG
HT: 6-1 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 22
Stars: 4

SEC
Vanderbilt
Semir Sehic C
HT: 6-9 WT: 250
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 20
Stars: 4

Atlantic 10 Conference
Fordham
Jesse Bunting C
HT: 6-8
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 46
Stars: 3

Conference USA
North Texas
Ja'Michael Brown PG
HT: 6-1 WT: 195
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

MAC
Central Michigan
Innocent Nwoko C
HT: 6-11
Class of 2016
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Buffalo
Nate Navigato SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 192
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Mountain West Conference
Boise State

Malek Harwell PG
HT: 6-3 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 3

Wyoming
Justin James SG
HT: 6-7 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Missouri Valley Conference
Illinois State
Keyshawn Evans PG
HT: 5-11 WT: 150
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Indiana State
Emondre Rickman PF
HT: 6-8
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Missouri State
Obediah Church SF
HT: 6-7
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Northeast Conference
Bryant University
Nisre Zouzoua SG
HT: 6-3 WT: 170
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Marcel Pettway PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 235
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Fairleigh Dickinson
Mike Holloway PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 220
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

St. Francis (PA)
Jamaal King PG
HT: 5-8 WT: 150
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Sun Belt Conference
Texas State
K.J. Malveau PG
HT: 5-11
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Texas-Arlington
Jalen Jones SG
HT: 6-3
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Junior College

Ohio Valley Conference
SIU - Edwardsville
Carlos Anderson SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 215
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Eastern Kentucky
Nick Mayo SF
HT: 6-8 WT: 220
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Ivy League
Yale
Trey Phills SG
HT: 6-2 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Princeton
Noah Bramlage PF
HT: 6-7 WT: 215
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Columbia
John Sica SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Cornell
Matt Morgan PF
HT: 6-2
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Dartmouth
Michael Stones PG
HT: 6-1 WT: 170
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 3

Colonial Athletic Association
Elon
Steven Santa Ana SG
HT: 6-3 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 3

Delaware
Elijah Cain SF
HT: 6-5 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Northeastern
Sajon Ford PF
HT: 6-9 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 2

Horizon League
Illinois-Chicago
Burak Eslik SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Junior College

Green Bay
Antoine Pittman SG
HT: 6-3 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Youngstown State
Jordan Andrews SG
HT: 6-5 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Wright State
Alan Vest SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Big South Conference
Liberty
Caleb Homesley SG
HT: 6-5 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Gardner-Webb
Eric Jamison SG
HT: 6-5
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Daniel Laster PF
HT: 6-5 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Summit League
Western Carolina
De'Angelo Bruster PG
HT: 5-10 WT: 160
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

North Dakota State
Dylan Miller PF
HT: 6-8
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

America East
Albany
Kyle McKinley C
HT: 6-10 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

UMBC
Joel Wincowski PG
HT: 6-2 WT: 175
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Southern Conference
Wofford
Trevor Stumpe SG
HT: 6-5
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Fletcher Magee SG
HT: 6-4 WT: 180
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Samford
Matt Rose SF
HT: 6-7 WT: 200
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Dakota Quinn PF
HT: 6-8 WT: 200
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Tanner Tapp SG
HT: 6-2 WT: 190
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

West Coast Conference
Pepperdine
Kameron Edwards PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 3

Portland
Colin Russell PF
HT: 6-7
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 2

Big West
UC Santa Barbara
Jarriesse Blackmon PF
HT: 6-6 WT: 210
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 2

MEAC
Norfolk State
Brian Kelley PG
HT: 5-10 WT: 165
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Coppin State
Josh Treadwell SG
HT: 6-5
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: Junior College

Big Sky Conference
Montana State
Tyler Hall SG
HT: 6-3 WT: 185
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: 46
Stars: 3

Montana
Michael Oguine PG
HT: 6-0 WT: 160
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: 2

Sacramento State
Joshua Patton PF
HT: 6-7
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

MAAC
Quinnipiac
Diago Quinn PF
HT: 6-10
Class of 2015
Positional Rank: NA
Stars: Evaluation Pending

Uncommitted prospects talk recruitment 

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With the early November signing period quickly approaching, it’s time to take a look at the uncommitted prospects in 2015.

These six players spell out when and where they’re visiting, and what they’re looking for in their eventual destination.


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When recruit changes mind, chaos ensues 

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On Sept. 4, Antonio Blakeney told ESPN.com’s Reggie Rankin, "I was very comfortable with the coaching staff," after pledging to attend the University of Louisville.

Two weeks later, he told Rankin, “I made a quick and emotional decision based on the wrong reasons," after decommitting from the Cardinal, before following up with a tweet that read, "I am still really considering Louisville. I like everything about there (sic) program, coaches and fans!!"

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AP Photo/Gregory PayanAntonio Blakeney, ranked No. 14 in the ESPN 100, verbally committed to Louisville earlier this month only to decommit two weeks later.
Which, to those who parent the odd beast known as teenagers, sounds about right. Teens are as certain about their futures as they are the inner workings of nuclear physics.

The difference is, Blakeney is not your typical teen. He is the No. 14-rated player in the 2015 ESPN 100, and what should be his private, independent decision has ramifications from his home base in Florida throughout basketball offices across the country.

Decommitment is not even a word -- shows up underlined in red every time you type it. Yet it is very much a thing in college sports circles, where kids can and do renege on their verbal pledges.

The problem isn’t nearly as bad in hoops as it is in football. Sports Illustrated’s Luke Winn did a numbers crunch study this summer and found that, in 2013, only 11.8 percent of the basketball players he studied made multiple commitments, down from 12.4 in 2012.

Still, it happens. And when it does, it sends coaches into a tizzy.


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