As ESPN.com's countdown of the top college basketball coaches continues, here’s a look at the recruiting philosophy of Kentucky’s John Calipari:Strategy: Calipari has owned the one-and-done prospects, starting with Derrick Rose at Memphis (2007-08) and continuing the trend at Kentucky.
Cuonzo Martin and the California Golden Bears just scored a recruiting coupe with a Friday night pledge from ESPN 100 SF Jaylen Brown (No. 4).
Jonathan Isaac and Frank Jackson are among those who have boosted their stock in the 2016 ESPN 60.
Nick Ward gives head coach Tom Izzo a true center with great size and the tools to immediately contribute to the Spartans' front court.
A week ago, Duke was searching for a point guard. Now the Blue devils have the No. 1 class in the country after they landed two top-20 prospects.
ESPN 100 power forward Cheick Diallo (No. 7) committed to the Kansas Jayhawks on Tuesday, giving Bill Self a five-star prospect to punctuate his class
Evaluating Brandon Ingram, the No. 3 prospect in the ESPN 100, who committed to Duke on Monday.
Backcourt standouts were on display at the Adidas Uprising event in Indianapolis, where Dennis Smith Jr. and Kobi Simmons put on a show.
While the Pittsburgh Jam Fest may not have the star power it once did, it can still attract some of the nation's best, which showed this past weekend.
Malik Newman, the No. 10 senior, is a versatile scorer who's expected to make an immediate impact for the Bulldogs in Ben Howland's first season.
With all the top 2016 prospects in attendance, the major shoe companies will be operating their collective events all within 175 miles of one another.
With the final player rankings released for the class of 2015, it's time to look back at some of the most dramatic recruitments.
Five-star point guard Derryck Thornton reclassified up to the Class of 2015 and committed to Duke on Tuesday.
What can the college game expect to see from the class of 2015? Skilled big men and shooting guards who can score.
A look at how ESPN 100 shooting guard Brandon Sampson fits at LSU and what he will bring to the Tigers.
Three Jordan Brand Classic standouts are still making their college decisions.