How the Trend of Top Recruits Staying Home Is Changing College Basketball

In the last three years, increasingly higher caliber college basketball recruits have opted to play for local program they grew up with, as opposed to the program they grew up idolizing. For today’s hometown heroes, the exposure promised by playing for Duke or Kentucky no longer feels as pertinent, even if their games don’t fill a primetime television slot. (Sports Illustrated)

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