College Basketball Recruiting

Daily news coverage of the nation's top college basketball recruits and teams.

Five-star guard Robert Dillingham will announce decision in next two weeks

, the No. 10 basketball recruit in the 2023 class, will make his college decision in the next two weeks. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound point guard out of Los Angeles (Calif.) Donda Academy is down to five programs including Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Memphis, and NC State. The five-star point guard is one of the best scorers in the country. (247 Sports)

Player Recaps from Thanksgiving Week in Houston

was the best performing prospect I seen in the past 48 hours and he removed any doubt of him having a lack of an offensive skillset. He is an improved shooter who now is a consistent threat from long range. Tre White showed an incredible feel as a passer. He was a force inside finishing above the rim and finding his bigs through traffic for easy scores. (247 Sports)

Elite 2023 PG Kanaan Carlyle Adds Tennessee to Final List

Earlier this month when point guard trimmed his list to five – Stanford, Auburn, Baylor, Florida and Kansas – he didn’t anticipate it triggering increased interest from a school that didn’t make the cut. Since then, Tennessee has been relentless in its pursuit of the floor general; so much so that the Vols have now made Carlyle’s list a top six. (Sports Illustrated)

National Prep Showcase Takeaways

Traditionally, the National Prep Showcase marks the start of the prep season. There were 23 of the best prep schools in the country under one roof at Albertus Magnus College. We were early in moving Isaiah Miranda into our 2023 rankings; it was hard to ignore the upside. At 7-foot-1, the way he moved and the touch he had were too much to ignore. (

Taylor Bowen's unlikely journey from refugee camp to elite basketball recruit

The son of refugees, born in a refugee camp, has become the target of some of the country's top college basketball programs, and the best is still to come for the top-25 recruit. Four schools have made him a priority: Duke, Arkansas, Kansas, and Providence - and at the National Prep Showcase, a Kansas assistant spent two days tracking him. (247 Sports)

Scouting Report: Clemson's RJ Godfrey

Out of Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett High School, RJ Godfrey is a 6-7 small forward. He has powerful athleticism with his size which should not be a surprise since his father Randall Godfrey was a NFL linebacker. Ranked No. 130 in the 247Sports Composite, Godfrey has the strength, athleticism, and versatility to make an immediate impact for Clemson. (247 Sports)

Top 25 junior Taylor Bowen updates recruitment as Duke, Kentucky, Kansas watch him

and his teammate drew a Who’s Who of college basketball coaches this weekend at the National Prep Showcase. Kentucky’s John Calipari and Orlando Antigua, Duke’s Jon Scheyer and Nolan Smith, UConn’s Dan Hurley, Kimani Young and Luke Murray and Kansas’ Norm Roberts were among those on hand to watch the 2023 duo. (Zag's Blog)

Elite 2022 Wing Eric Dailey Jr. Eyes Spring Decision

Jr. watched the smiles from his high-profile teammates at IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) as they signed scholarship papers with the colleges they’d committed to and couldn’t help but to imagine himself being in the stress-free position in the near future. This summer, Dailey helped Team USA win gold at the FIBA 3-on-3 under-18 World Cup. (Sports Illustrated)

Miami signee Favour Aire scouting report

Miami has a top 20 2022 basketball recruiting class, and a big part of that class is four-star big man Favour Aire. At 6-11, 215-pounds, Aire is one of two four-star prospects in the Miami four-man recruiting class ranked No. 18. He is originally from Nigeria. Aire, ranked No. 101 in the 247Sports Composite, will provide high energy defending from the five spot. (247 Sports)

Five-star junior Omaha Biliew talks recruitment

The No. 7-ranked prospect in the class of 2023, is playing his junior season at Branson (Mo.) Link Academy. The forward holds offers from a long list of high-major programs, with a handful others possibly close to making things official. He names Iowa State, Oregon, Oklahoma State, Kentucky, Nebraska as “the main schools right now.” (
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