ESPN 60 (Class of 2015) small forward Charles Matthews (Chicago/Saint Rita) ended his recruiting Wednesday morning by committing to the Kentucky Wildcats over Illinois, Marquette, Kansas and Michigan State.
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.
The Jordan Brand Classic featured the nation's best seniors, and Cheick Diallo stood out again.
There are still several five-star prospects playing Friday who haven't made their college choices.
Five-star center Stephen Zimmerman has decided to stay home in the desert and play for head coach Dave Rice and the UNLV Rebels.
The Duke Blue Devils, with nary a point guard on their roster, are scrambling to find one after Tyus Jones opted to enter the NBA draft early.
Can NBA guys Avery Johnson and Chris Mullin recruit? How will Bobby Hurley play out West? New faces in new places face big questions on the trail.
The California Golden Bears got a commitment from the top player in the state of California and the No. 6 player in the 2015 ESPN 100
Top recruit Jayson Tatum has reduced his list of possible schools to four, with one surprise contender.
The big names were as good as advertised in the first session of the Nike EYBL.