Malik Newman’s name has been at the top of the charts since his freshman year in high school. Let’s take a look at what makes him special on the court and who is recruiting him the hardest.
With the vast majority of the top prospects in the ESPN 100 now off the board, the focus of the recruiting world is now rapidly shifting to the 2015 class where programs from all levels of college basketball are looking to position themselves for a successful recruiting cycle.
Auburn landed a commitment from ESPN 100 small forward Sam Logwood (Indianapolis/La Lumiere) on Sunday, according to multiple reports.The 6-foot-7 wing holds offers from Creighton, Mississippi State, Iowa, Bradley, Indiana State and Miami (Ohio).
6-foot-9 power forward Oliver Black (Jackson, Miss./Wingfield) verbally committed to Mississippi State on Sunday, according to multiple sources.Black, a class of 2014 prospect, chose the Bulldogs over Ole Miss and Oklahoma State, among others.
Class of 2014 power forward Marcanvis Hymon (Memphis, Tenn./Whitehaven) announced his commitment to Mississippi on Tuesday.The three-star prospect, who is currently ranked as the No.
Four-star SF Demetrius Houston (Montgomery, Ala./Carver) has committed to Mississippi State over the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Seton Hall, Tennessee, George Mason and Georgia.
Rising senior small forward Demetrius Houston (Montgomery, Ala./Carver) ended his recruitment on Monday with a verbal commitment to Mississippi State, according to multiple reports.
Elijah Staley (Marietta, Ga./Wheeler), a four-star, dual-threat quarterback on the gridiron and a three-star small forward on the hardwood, has committed to play both football and basketball for the Bulldogs, the Clarion Ledger reports.
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray has received two verbal commitments from Class of 2015 prospects, according to multiples sources.On Tuesday, power forward Joseph Struggs (Montgomery, Ala.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- In the Class 3A Alabama state semifinal game, freshman Joshua Langford scored 30 points and pulled down 16 rebounds as Madison Academy held off a Greensboro team featuring Alabama signee Jimmie Taylor to advance to the finals.
ESPN.com has confirmed that 6-foot-11 center Fallou Ndoye (Henderson, Nev./Findlay College Prep) verbally committed to Mississippi State on Tuesday.Ndoye, who hails from Senegal, chose the Bulldogs over Virginia Tech, LaSalle, Kansas State and Southern Miss, among others.
6-foot-9 center Tosin Mehinti (Lithonia, Ga./Greenforest Christian) verbally committed to Alabama-Birmingham on Sunday night, according to www.al.com.Mehinti, a native of Nigeria, chose the Blazers over Georgia, Temple and Mississippi State.
On Sunday DePaul landed a verbal commitent from center Forrest Robinson (Eastland, Texas/South Plains College).The 6-foot-10 Robinson chose the Blue Demons over offers from Bradely, Mississippi State, St.
Senior center Dwight Coleby (Piney Woods, Miss./Piney Woods) ended his recruitment on Sunday with a verbal commitment to the University of Mississippi.
Center Quantel Denson (Kansas City, Mo./Mineral Area College) became the second junior college commitment for Mississippi State this week when he pledged on Friday, according to multiple sources.