College Basketball Recruiting

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

What 2025 shooting guard, NC State commitment RJ Greer brings to the Wolfpack

RJ Greer is 6’4 (and maybe still growing), is starting to fill out his frame, and is a pure shooter with great form, high IQ and comes from a winning program. Greer is an elite spot shooter, but he’s also able to create for himself on occasion. He’s the most ‘Scott Wood’ recruit North Carolina State has landed since the prolific 3-pt shooter left the Wolfpack in 2013. (Pack Insider)

Plan for future, coaches helped lure 2025 forward Sincere Jones to Virginia Tech basketball

Sincere Jones still has some business to take care of during his basketball career at Churchland High School (Portsmouth, VA), but has a path forward when it comes to his college chapter. The Truckers' rising senior verbally committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies this past weekend. He was convinced Blacksburg was the place for him during his official visit. (

USA Basketball: NBA scouts take on AJ Dybantsa, Cam Boozer, other top prospects

By the end of the sixth session, was the topic of most courtside conversations. His blend of positional size, explosive athleticism, and ability to self-create in the half-court simply provided onlookers with a lot of ‘wow’ moments. “He is the only one here with franchise upside,” an NBA scout said. “The shooting is coming around and he's a true alpha.” (

Kansas basketball expected to receive visit from 2025 5-star Darryn Peterson this month

While there are several recruits the coaching staff is targeting, arguably the biggest priority for Kansas is top-3 prospect . The incoming senior at Huntington Prep is one of, if not the best, guard in his graduating year and the most coveted recruit in Lawrence. It was recently announced that he will take a visit to the KU campus sometime this month. (Through the Phog)

Five high school basketball prospects that boosted their stock last week

already jumped a cool 50 spots to No. 55 overall in the Rivals150 after dominating the competition this spring, but his play over the last week could be the springboard for ascending even higher. Lewis was dominant at the NBPA Top 100 Cam and turned it up a notch in the title game, posting 25 points and eight assists to lead his team to the win. (

Kanon Catchings, projected 2025 1st-round pick, commits to BYU

Kanon Catchings, a projected first-round pick in 2025, told ESPN he has committed to BYU. Catchings, who committed to the Purdue Boilermakers following his sophomore year of high school, elected to reopen his recruitment earlier this month. He visited Florida State and North Carolina State as well as BYU before picking the Cougars. (

Top40 junior Oswin Erhunmwunse reclassifies to 2024 and enrolls at Providence

, the No. 39 overall recruit in the 2025 class, is reclassifying and enrolling at Providence for the 2024-25 season, a source told 247Sports. The 6-foot-10 big man out of Putnam (Conn.) Science Academy committed to Kim English and the Friars this past winter and has long been expected to make the move into the 2024 recruiting class. (247 Sports)

2025 three-star forward Sin’Cere Jones Commits To Virginia Tech

On Sunday, Virginia Tech and Mike Young received a commitment from Sin’Cere Jones, a forward in the class of 2025. He’s the Hokies’ first pledge in that class. A 6-foot-7, 195-pound prospect from Portsmouth, Va., Jones visited Blacksburg in mid-June and committed to the Hokies a few days later. Jones is a three-star recruit, according to 247Sports. (Tech Sideline)

NC State lands top-100 shooting guard RJ Greer

Class of 2025 shooting guard RJ Greer committed to NC State on Sunday. The 6-4, four-star basketball recruit chose the Wolfpack over Dayton, Cincinnati, Penn State, Florida, and the NBL. Greer, who plays at Dayton (Ohio) Archbishop Alter, is ranked the No. 100 overall recruit in the country. He's the No. 15 shooting guard in the class and No. 3 prospect in Ohio. (247 Sports)

2025 4-star SG Elzie Harrington commits to Harvard

, one of the top shooting guards on the West Coast, has committed to Harvard and head coach Tommy Amaker. In addition to the Crimson, the 6-foot-5 rising senior out of St. John Bosco (CA) also received offers from USC, UCLA, and Arizona State. According to the On3 Industry Rankings, Harrington is the No. 45 overall prospect in the 2025 cycle. (
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