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College Basketball Recruiting

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

Evan Daniels Predicts Cade Cunningham To Kentucky

247 Sports lead recruiting analyst, Evan Daniels, put in his prediction for Cunningham and he logged it to Kentucky. Daniels has been correct on all 42 of his predictions for the 2020 class and has a lifetime record of 222/235 (94.7%). Usually when Daniels makes his pick, the recruitment is coming to an end which would be bad news for North Carolina. (Keeping It Heel)

Khristian Lander recaps visits, discusses reclassification

After taking his first two official visits of his junior year, has returned to the USA Basketball Mini-Camp. The class of 2021 five-star guard has remained a top target for some of the best within his region and those outside of it as he recapped the visits that he has taken, newcomers to his recruitment and the potential of a reclassification. (Rivals.com)

Jalen Green, Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith Impress At Saturday's USA Basketball Mini-Camp

is no stranger to the US Olympic Training Facility and it is that sense of confidence and belonging he has shown repeatedly throughout his two-day stay thus far in Colorado Springs. 2021 five-stars and have also impressed, but we need to spread the love around, so I'll go with Tennessee-bound . (Rivals.com)

Isaiah Todd discusses Kansas, Michigan as decision date nears

Five-star forward is spending the weekend at USA Basketball's October Mini-Camp, but he also has a big decision ahead. Todd, who will attend Raleigh (N.C.) Word of God for his senior season, recently narrowed his list to Kansas and Michigan and will pick between the two on his birthday – Oct. 17. Todd has taken official visits to both finalists. (247 Sports)

Five-star point guard Devin Askew breaks down recruitment

Class of 2021 five-star point guard is in the midst of a heated recruiting battle. Over the past two weeks Askew, a standout at Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei, has visited Kentucky, Memphis, and Arizona, plus he met with Louisville's Chris Mack and his entire staff. Where do things stand coming down the stretch of his recruitment? He broke it down. (247 Sports)

Mississippi State lands key pledge in 2020 four-star Deivon Smith

Georgia native Deivon Smith picked Mississippi State on Thursday night, giving the Bulldogs a major piece to their recruiting puzzle in the class. Ranked as the No. 52 prospect in the industry generated 247Sports Composite Ranking, and No. 42 in the Top247, Smith shined all spring and summer long with the Atlanta Cetlics. (247 Sports)

4-star guard Kadary Richmond’s commitment to Syracuse basketball ‘temporarily off’

Class of 2020 guard Kadary Richmond has not committed to Syracuse basketball, despite multiple earlier reports saying the Orange landed the Top 100 player. Pat Lawless from PrepCircuit first reported that Richmond committed to the Orange while Rivals’ Corey Evans confirmed the commitment. Both quickly reported that the commitment wasn’t final. (Syracuse.com)

NC State Basketball Lands Commitment from 3-Star Center Ebenezer Dowuona

Ebenezer Dowuona, a 6’ 10” center from Georgia, announced that he has committed to play for NC State. Dowuona is a 3-star player in the 2020 recruiting class with an offer list that includes Pittsburgh, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wake Forest, among others. Dowuona is the third player to commit to the Wolfpack for 2020. (Backing the Pack)

Q&A With Isaiah Todd

: "Some of the schools, they got certain commits and some schools, I am just not able to go to, so they were eliminated. Memphis, I just didn’t hear from them so, that was that. (Michigan and Kansas), though, they were going to be my top two schools because they are really similar with what they are preaching and what they are selling to me." (Rivals.com)

The Latest on Hunter Dickinson's Recruitment

Purdue garnered most of the talk regarding 4-star center until Florida State, Michigan, Providence, and Duke became involved. To the surprise to most, the Boilermakers didn’t even make his final school list of Duke, Florida State, Michigan, and Notre Dame. He will visit South Bend again this weekend before heading to Durham next weekend. (Rivals.com)

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