NCB On The Trail: ESPN 100

Video: Coveted basketball targets

February, 13, 2014
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National recruiting reporters Adam Finkelstein and Reggie Rankin join Phil Murphy to discuss which programs would most benefit from adding each of the four uncommitted ESPN 100 prospects.

2014 ESPN 100: 10 things to know 

January, 30, 2014
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Here are 10 things to know about the updated 2014 ESPN 100 player rankings.


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Who just missed making ESPN 100 

September, 27, 2013
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Here are 10 prospects that are very talented, tough, competitive and productive but just missed the cut in the ESPN 100 and have the potential to be excellent, immediate contributors at a major college and deserve to be recognized for the their high level of play.

Larry Austin (Springfield, Ill./Lanphier)
2014, PG, 6-1, 161 pounds -- Committed to Tennessee


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10 things to know about the 2014 class 

June, 12, 2013
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The new player rankings are out and the 2014 class of rising seniors has graduated from the ESPN 60 to its initial full ESPN 100. As this group of prospects takes center stage in a new recruiting cycle, here are 10 things you need to know about the Class of 2014.

1. Potential landscape-altering package deal

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Senior shooting guard Keith Frazier (Dallas/Kimball), the No. 19 overall player in the ESPN 100, is one of the best shooters/scorers in the country regardless of class.

Right now Frazier likes Providence, Florida, Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, Arizona, SMU and Memphis. Frazier will likely commit in April, which will allow him to get a better feel for programs, coaches and players. Without a doubt he will be a prime target for many elite programs.

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Courtesy of Anthony Scott KurtzESPN 100 SG Keith Frazier will make his college announcement on March 28 between Texas A&M, SMU, Texas Tech and Auburn.
"I am looking for a school where I can instantly play big-time minutes, the coach is loyal and with me when I do something good or bad, and someone that can help me get to the next level. Make me a pro," Frazier said.

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