College Basketball Recruiting

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

What will Georgia Tech commitment Cole Kirouac bring to the Yellow Jackets?

In Cole Kirouac, Damon Stoudamire is getting a thin-framed big man who has a misleading slight frame but a great amount of potential. While most prospects with his size and build are uncomfortable playing through contact, Kirouac invites it when looking to score inside. He is tough but his body must develop for him to find success at the high major level. (247 Sports)

Top basketball recruits taking big visits this weekend

As college football teams face off this weekend, college basketball fans are paying attention to which elite basketball recruits are hanging out on the sidelines. is visiting Alabama. is visiting Connecticut. Khani Rooths is at Florida State. Jaxon Johnson is on a trip to Utah, and is on campus at Michigan State. (

Florida State commitment AJ Swinton goes in-depth on first official visit

Florida State basketball commit AJ Swinton is coming off his first official recruiting visit since his August 3rd commitment. The 6-foot-5 forward from Hyattsville (Md.) took his visit Sept. 1st and had a positive first visit. “My visit went great and literally as soon as I stepped off the plane I had the entire coaching staff and managers greet me,” Swinton said. (247 Sports)

Rivals Roundtable: Programs that are rolling, Liam McNeeley, big visits

canceled his basketball recruiting visit to Texas, leaving Kansas and Indiana still standing. I’m ready to call this one in favor of the Hoosiers. The relationships between the McNeeleys and Indiana are simply too longstanding and deep, and the ties are too strong. I think the 5-star made up his mind on his most recent visit to Bloomington. (

Top 2025 prospects Cayden Boozer, Cameron Boozer visiting Kentucky this weekend

Miami (Fla.) Christopher Columbus class of 2025 basketball recruits and have long been expected to follow in the footsteps of their father, Carlos Boozer, and play their college basketball at Duke. The twin brothers, considered to be two of the top 15 prospects in the junior class, are taking a look at all of their options, though. (

Five-Star Wing Kon Knueppel Commits To Duke Basketball

Duke is on the board with their second 5-star commitment from the 2024 basketball recruiting class, . On Thursday, the 6-foot-5 wing from Milwaukee committed to the Blue Devils after visiting over the weekend. Ranked No. 16 in the 2024 class, Knueppel joins a class that includes 5-star and 4-star sharp shooter Darren Harris. (247 Sports)

Five under-the-radar college basketball commitments

As class of 2024 college basketball commitments continue, top-100 recruits receive most of the national ink, but there’s plenty more taking place. Five under-celebrated commitments of the cycle so far include Ty Davis (Creighton), Dylan Grant (Rutgers), Isaiah Johnson-Arigu (Miami), Daquan Davis (Providence), and Garrett Sundra (Notre Dame). (

What will Virginia basketball commitment Jacob Cofie bring to Charlottesville?

In Jacob Cofie, Virginia is getting a skilled frontcourt prospect with good size who is comfortable operating inside and out. He is composed making plays out of the low and high posts and his combination of size and touch gives him the potential to develop not just inside the arc but eventually as a floor spacer as well. Cofie is a high-floor basketball recruit. (247 Sports)

Miami Basketball Lands 5-Star SG Jalil Bethea

, the No. 7 overall prospect in the 2024 basketball recruit rankings, committed to the Miami Hurricanes on Wednesday. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Warminster (Pa.) Archbishop Wood chose Miami over Kansas and Villanova. "I feel like Miami was the best fit for me out of all of the schools," Bethea said as to why he chose the Canes. (247 Sports)

Five College Basketball Recruits Closing In On Commitments

Class of 2024 basketball recruits are flying off the board lately, and things won’t slow down as we head toward November’s Early Signing Period. Five players nearing the end of their recruitments with a presumed leader are (Alabama), (Miami), (Indiana), Rakease Passmore (Arkansas), and Khani Rooths (Georgia). (
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