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Kentucky's Nerlens Noel confirms NBA draft plans
Kentucky All-American forward and No. 1 NBA draft prospect Nerlens Noel will turn professional as he continues recovering from a torn ACL. The 6-foot-10 freshman,...

Unranked traditional powers Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA sorting through early bumps
Before this season, the last time that Kentucky, UNC and UCLA were all out of The Associated Press Top 25 in the same week was...

UNC Recruiting Week in Review, Part I: Basketball
There's just too much recruiting news this week to pack into one article, so we're splitting into two parts. Up first, basketball:

The big...

UNC Basketball Recruiting Week in Review
Here's a rundown of the past week's news and notes for UNC Basketball recruiting:

-2013 small forward Troy Williams was expected to announce his...

Report: NCAA inquiring about top-ranked Nerlens Noel
The NCAA has begun inquiring about top-ranked recruit Nerlens Noel, according to a report by Pete Thamel of The New York Times. Thamel reported on...

A Closer Look at Joel James
Center Joel James will likely have a big role on the 2012 Tar Heels as a freshman. With the departures of Tyler Zeller and John...

Nerlens Noel already recruiting Alex Oriakhi
Just hours after top Kentucky recruit Nerlens Noel announced his decision to play in Lexington last night, he took to Twitter to try and lure...

Nerlens Noel chooses Kentucky
Nerlens Noel, the No. 1 recruit in the ESPNU 100, committed to Kentucky over Georgetown and Syracuse on ESPNU's "Signing Day Special" on Wednesday night...

John Calipari's youth movement appeals to prospects such as Troy Williams
There's no denying that Kentucky's national championship Monday night, and the way coach John Calipari constructed the Wildcats' roster, change college basketball and challenge those...

MaxPreps.com 2013 Top 100 Basketball Prospects
Even without recently re-classified big man Nerlens Noel, high school basketball's Class of 2013 features some serious star power at the top. The quintet of...

ACC Recruiting Links, March 21
An Atlanta defensive back picked UNC over Tennessee and South Carolina. Top basketball recruit Nerlens Noel dropped North Carolina from his list and narrowed it...

Nerlens Noel narrows list to three, eliminates UNC
Nerlens Noel — the top basketball recruit in the Class of 2012 — narrowed his list of possible college designations to three schools. "(I've) narrowed...

Nerlens Noel added to Jordan Classic roster
Initially, Nerlens Noel had one big reservation about his decision to reclassify from 2013 to 2012. “I didn’t want to miss the postseason all-star games,”...

UNC Visit Up Next for Nerlens Noel
Following his official visit to Georgetown, Nerlens Noel will head to visit North Carolina next week. “He liked [Georgetown],” a source close to Noel’s recruitment...

Everybody Wants a Piece of Nerlens Noel
Nerlens Noel is a 6-foot-10 basketball star considered the best prospect from the Boston area since Patrick Ewing. He is the top-ranked high school senior...

Nerlens Noel to visit UNC
Nerlens Noel, the top uncommitted player in the Class of 2012, will visit Georgetown early next week and then North Carolina sometime later this month...

Nerlens Noel named to USA Junior National Select Team
Nerlens Noel has been named to the USA Junior National Select Team roster with nine other elite high school seniors. Noel, who reclassified to the...

ACC Recruiting Links, March 6
Center Nerlens Noel, who has North Carolina on his list, is taking an official visit to Georgetown. The NCAA warned schools to be be wary...

Nerlens Noel Will Visit Georgetown on Sunday
Class of 2012 center Nerlens Noel will take an official visit to Georgetown's campus on Sunday. Noel, the #1 ranked center in the Class of...

Nerlens Noel eliminates two schools from list
Consensus 5-star center Nerlens Noel, who recently reclassified from the 2013 recruiting class to the 2012 class, has eliminated Florida and Providence from his final...

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