LOS ANGELES -- The past few weeks while elite camps have been dominating the recruiting landscape, there have been a plethora of high school tournaments littered along the Los Angeles landscape.
DeAndre Ayton, the No. 1 player in the class of 2017, is back in action after recovering from a minor knee injury.
LSU has the nation's No. 1 incoming freshman in Ben Simmons, and the school is already using his presence to sell tickets.
There's a lot of emerging talent in the Class of 2017. Which less-heralded players have turned heads so far this Spring?
The ESPN 25 is loaded with talent, and the class will soon expand to 60 players. Which players are expected to improve their ranking?
Top-10 2015 prospect and former Michigan State commit Caleb Swanigan will give Purdue one of the most imposing frontcourts in the country.
Duke and Kentucky still have great classes, but many top players stayed closer to home in this cycle.
The focus has shifted to the Class of 2016, and the ESPN 60 will soon expand to 100. Which lesser-known players do coaches have their eyes on?
ESPN 60 No. 14 SG Tyus Battle has committed to Michigan after taking an official visit this past weekend.
Harry Giles, Jayson Tatum and Josh Jackson will be staging quite the battle for the top spot in the 2016 class, and each has his merits.
Marvin Bagley III among the touted recruits expected to play in the event.
After two recruiting classes dominated by big men, perimeter players are back in the spotlight.
Versatile scorer can defend both guard positions.
Temple Gibbs' versatility and leadership make Notre Dame's first commitment of the 2016 class an important addition.
Udoka Azubuike, a top-10 2016 prospect, dominated the competition.
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).