Looking at what Purdue loses, who the Boilermakers have coming back and who will be arriving on campus next season.
Four-star center Isaac Haas (Piedmont, Ala./Hokes Bluff), the nation's No. 86 overall prospect, has decommitted from Wake Forest and committed to Purdue, giving coach Matt Painter his second ESPN 100 performer in the 2014 class.
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Purdue coach Matt Painter received some good news on Saturday when ESPN 100 small forward Vincent Edwards (Middletown, Ohio/Middletown), ranked No. 83 overall, committed to the Boilermakers over offers from Dayton, Michigan and Xavier.
Power forward Malek Harris (Orland Park, Ill./Carl Sandburg) verbally committed to Marquette on Wednesday, ESPN.com has confirmed.The 6-foot-7 Harris chose the Golden Eagles over DePaul, Kansas State, Iowa, Illinois State, Purdue and Oregon State, among others.
Junior shooting guard Dakota Mathias (Elida, Ohio/Elida) verbally committed to Purdue on Sunday, ESPN.com has confirmed.The 6-foot-5 Mathias chose the Boilermakers over offers from Boston College and West Virginia.
Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings added a late commitment to the Commodores' 2013 class earlier this week, according to The Tennessean.Six-foot-10 power forward Luke Kornet (Argyle, Texas/Liberty Christian) chose Vanderbilt after considering interest from SMU, Kansas State, Purdue and TCU.
Senior point guard Dominique Hawkins (Richmond, Ky./Madison Central) announced his commitment to the University of Kentucky on Wednesday morning, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.
Cornelius Elder has a new scholarship offer -- in another sport.Purdue has offered the ESPN 300 athlete prospect to play basketball, Elder confirmed via text message on Monday morning.
Senior point guard Darius Thompson (Murfreesboro, Tenn./Blackman) ended his recruitment on Saturday with a commitment to Vanderbilt, according to The Tennessean.
Ohio State went into enemy territory and nabbed a power forward who add a lot flexibility to the Buckeyes' roster in two years.What Keita Bates-Diop (Bloomington, Ill.
Class of 2014 power forward Keita Bates-Diop (Bloomington, Ill./University) ended his recruitment on Sunday with a verbal pledge to Ohio State. The news was confirmed by his AAU coach to ESPN.
Purdue head coach Matt Painter announced the Boilermakers' 2013 early signing class on Wednesday.Signing their official letters of intent were ESPN 100 shooting guard Kendall Stephens (St.
ESPN.com has confirmed that junior power forward Trey Lyles (Indianapolis/Arsenal Tech) has decided to reopen his recruitment and is no longer committed to Indiana.
A power forward with a familiar last name picked up an offer from Ohio State -- his third offer from a Big Ten school.Nigel Hayes (Toledo, Ohio/Whitmer), whose brother Kenny is a redshirt freshman on Ohio State’s football team, nabbed an offer from his home state school after a monster junior season.