College Basketball Recruiting

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

Central Michigan transfer guard Kevin "Boopie" Miller commits to Wake Forest

A Sunday trip to Mt. Pleasant, Michigan bore immediate fruit for Wake Forest basketball coach Steve Forbes and his staff, as Central Michigan guard Kevin "Boopie" Miller committed to the Demon Deacons. Miller, who missed most of the 2022-23 season with a foot injury, averaged 18.5 points, 5.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds for the Chippewas last season. (Demon Deacon Digest)

What Kansas can expect from top-30 commit Marcus Adams Jr. — and when he might arrive

Completely off the national radar until last Fall, Marcus Adams exploded onto the scene with some monster outings in various Southern California leagues in the preseason. He is a big wing who can also play at the four and he showed off the ability to create and make deep jumpers, pound the glass and finish above the rim in traffic. He plays with confidence. (247 Sports)

Five-star junior Zoom Diallo talks visits and new interest but isn't in a hurry

For the No. 9 ranked player in the class of 2024, one state title wasn’t enough. Five-star doubled up when he led Curtis to their second straight Washington State Championship. After taking a few days to let it all sink in, the 6-foot-4 floor general broke down the title and his recruitment. “It was very important to me,” said Diallo of the title. (247 Sports)

Top-20 junior Trentyn Flowers commits to Louisville, reclassifies

Four-star wing committed to Louisville on Friday evening. He will also reclassify from 2024 into the 2023 class, forgoing his senior year of high school and head to college a year early. The 6-foot-8 junior from Lincolnton (N.C.) Combine Academy chose the Cardinals over offers from UNC, Arkansas, Kansas, Creighton, Alabama, and others. (

Bronny James earns five-star status in latest 2023 On3 rankings

has received no shortage of attention as a recruit. The son of LeBron James, he’s been discussed and picked apart as a college and NBA prospect since his freshman year of high school, and the younger James is now reaching the end of his senior year at Sierra Canyon in California. The debates over Bronny’s future as a player have been exhaustive. (

Illinois transfer Skyy Clark commits to Louisville

Illinois transfer committed to Louisville on Thursday. The 6-foot-3 guard from Los Angeles entered the transfer portal Monday. By Tuesday, he was on campus at Louisville visiting. On Thursday, Clark is a Cardinal. During his freshman season with the Illini, Clark averaged seven points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 2.8 steals, while shooting 41%. (

Skyy Clark, Trentyn Flowers Highlight Big Basketball Recruiting Week For Louisville

Illinois transfer point guard started a visit to Louisville on Tuesday, days after hitting the transfer portal. All reports said the visit went well, and I’d be shocked if he didn’t end up a Cardinal. On Friday, 4-star 2024 wing will announce his commitment. The two main programs I’ve heard regarding this recruitment are Creighton and Louisville. (

Analyst says Dennis Evans commitment "encouraging" news for Louisville

Louisville basketball coach Kenny Payne started his roster overhaul Sunday with a key addition for the Cardinals. Four-star center Dennis Evans, who is 7-foot-1 with a 7-foot-8 wingspan, made an official visit to campus this weekend and committed to the Cardinals. He will sign in April and is the first of an expected handful of moves to shake up the U of L roster. (Cardinal Authority)

Pitt Forward John Hugley to Enter Transfer Portal

On Tuesday morning, Pittsburgh forward John Hugley announced that he intends to enter the transfer portal, as first reported by Joe Tipton of On3. Hugley spent the past three seasons with the Panthers. Hugley wraps up his Pitt career with 47 games in a Panther uniform under his belt. He averaged 12.2 points and 6.6 rebounds per game in his career in Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh Sports Now)

Four-star Georgia Tech signee Blue Cain granted release from NLI

Blue Cain, the No. 94 overall basketball recruit in the 2023 class, has been granted his release from his National Letter of Intent with Georgia Tech. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard from IMG Academy committed to the Yellow Jackets in the summer going into his senior year but following the firing of head coach Josh Pastner, Cain is reopening his recruitment. (247 Sports)
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