College Basketball Recruiting

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

Duke offers class of 2025 stars Cameron and Cayden Boozer and Cooper Flagg

Duke coach Jon Scheyer and his staff are looking ahead. The Blue Devils have extended offers to 6-foot-8 Class of 2025 small forward Cooper Flagg and to twins Cameron and Cayden Boozer, sons of former Duke player Carlos Boozer. Scheyer reportedly watched Flagg and Maine United against the Boozer twins at the Nike EYBL stop in Orlando last month. (Zag's Blog)

Anthony Harris Makes Official Visit To Rhode Island

After entering the transfer portal April 13, the recruitment of former UNC basketball player has been quiet. However, on Friday, Harris posted on Instagram that he has taken an official visit to Rhode Island but remains uncommitted. The Rams, an Atlantic 10 Conference program under head coach Archie Miller, are coming off a 15-16 season. (Keeping It Heel)

Wake Forest Lands 2022 4-Star Small Forward Bobi Klintman

Wake Forest secured a major player in their 2022 recruiting class Friday in small forward Bobi Klintman. The Wichita, Kansas, native picked the Demon Deacons over Seton Hall. Klintman originally committed to Maryland, after Mark Turgeon was fired. Colorado was where Klitman made his second commitment before changing his mind again in early May. (

Julian Phillips, final uncommitted 5-star recruit in 2022 class, commits to Tennessee

Five-star senior announced his commitment to the Tennessee Volunteers on Thursday. Phillips chose the Volunteers over Auburn, although the G League Ignite team had emerged as an option late in the process. He had originally committed to LSU in October but was released from his letter of intent in March after coach Will Wade was fired. (

Predictions For Top College Basketball Transfers

Think of Memphis transfer as a low-risk, high-reward prospect that could either be a solid role player or change the trajectory of a team’s entire season if things begin to click the way most expected them to years ago. The former 5-star recruit seems set on joining coach Kenny Payne at Louisville unless something changes down the stretch. (

Auburn lands highly-coveted big man transfer Johni Broome

Out goes the nation's top shot blocker and DPOY , in comes the nation's statistically third-best shot blocker. Johni Broome, a center originally at Morehead State, announced his commitment to Auburn. Broome accumulated 131 blocks during his second season at Morehead State, only behind Western Kentucky's Jamarion Sharp and Kessler. (Auburn Sports)

Syracuse Basketball Lands Commitment From Transfer Center Mounir Hima

Syracuse has landed a basketball commitment from Duquesne transfer big man Mounir Hima. The 6-foot-11 center, originally from Niger, officially visited the Orange on Monday and Tuesday, according to a report. To go along with Syracuse, Hima also garnered interest from Charlotte, Brown, Southern Illinois, Radford, UIC, and Santa Clara, among others. (

Top-50 recruit Dusty Stromer commits to Gonzaga

Dusty Stromer, the No. 50 overall basketball recruit in the 2023 class, has committed to Gonzaga. Stromer committed to the Bulldogs over his other finalists, including UCLA, Arizona and Houston - a surprising decision as UCLA was considered his dream school and the favorite throughout the recruitment. What will he bring to the program in his own eyes? (247 Sports)

The three biggest stock risers from the Iverson Classic

Shooting guard DJ Jefferson came into this camp unranked. He left the camp as a top 100 recruit. Jefferson recently de-committed from Tulsa with the coaching change and is currently uncommitted. He is a smooth scorer with a slick handle, excellent balance, and range beyond the arc. Jefferson is a three-level scorer and has an impressive burst at the rim. (

Five-star wing Trentyn Flowers plans October commitment

already holds a host of offers. The class-of-2024 forward is exploring all of them and taking his time when it comes to narrowing his focus. Flowers discussed his options and what might be next as it relates to his recruitment, which is headed up by Duke, Louisville, and Kentucky for the time being. "I’d expect a decision around October." (
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