College Basketball Recruiting

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

Five-star guard Devin Askew commits to Kentucky

Five-star guard committed to Kentucky on Thursday. Askew took an official visit to Kentucky’s campus the weekend of Oct. 4, Louisville the weekend of Sept. 1, and took recent unofficial visits to Arizona, Memphis and Villanova. Askew is committing to Kentucky as a 2021 recruit, but the expectation is that he likely ends up in the 2020 class. (247 Sports)

Isaiah Todd Commits To Michigan

First-year head coach Juwan Howard has landed his first five-star basketball recruit at Michigan. On Thursday, 2020's No. 10-ranked player announced that he will be a Wolverine. The 6-foot-10 forward at Raleigh (N.C.) Word of God Academy said his visit to Ann Arbor left a huge impression. Todd joins 4-star guard Zeb Jackson as a Michigan commit. (

Four-Star center Gethro Muscadin Commits To Kansas Basketball

Kansas got its first basketball commitment of the 2020 class Thursday from Gethro Muscadin. A 6-foot-10 center that has developed tremendously in recent years, Muscadin gives the Jayhawks a big body with a giant motor down low. The four-star center chose the Jayhawks over Kansas State, Louisville, Memphis, Minnesota, and Texas Tech. (

Basketball Recruiting Roundup: Weekend Visits and Tidbits

, the 6-foot-6 combo guard from Montverde Academy (FL), visits Washington this weekend. , the 6-foot-5 combo guard from Booker T. Washington (OK), will take an official visit to Oklahoma this weekend. 7-foot big man , from DeMatha Catholic (MD), and 2021 power forward will visit Duke. (Zag's Blog)

4-Star Small Forward Josh Hall Taking Official Visit To NC State

NC State will host Top-50 small forward this week for an official visit beginning on Wednesday. The Durham native attends Hickory (N.C.) Moravian Prep and has seen his stock skyrocket the past year. Rated as a four-star recruit and the No. 41 player by the 247Sports Composite Rankings, Hall was ranked No. 129 in the Composite back in February. (247 Sports)

Isaiah Todd Commitment Primer

Regarded as one of the best basketball recruits in America dating back to his freshman year, will choose between Kansas and Michigan on Thursday at 7:45 p.m. ET. The 6-foot-10 power forward boasts all the physical tangibles that should make him a one-and-done candidate, though the potential remains he might take the professional path. (

Recruiting Updates on Kansas, Louisville, Jalen Green, Dawson Garcia, and More

A plethora of activity along the basketball recruiting trail over the past seven days has brought a slew of questions to tackle in this week’s mailbag, including Kansas’ outlook this fall, how Illinois can add to its backcourt, a and prediction, thoughts on Butler’s 2020 class, five-star reclassifications, and Louisville’s recruiting misses. (

Jaden Springer says decision coming ‘soon’

Combo guard doesn’t want to be locked in to a timetable as it pertains to picking a school; he would, however, concede that the end is near. “It’s gonna be soon. It could be any day now.” Springer has already taken official visits to each of his top three schools – Memphis, Michigan, and Tennessee – and broke down what he liked about each. (USA Today)

Updates on Cade Cunningham, Earl Timberlake, Duke, Memphis, and More

In this week’s mailbag, Basketball Recruiting Analyst Corey Evans spotlights ’s ongoing recruitment, evaluates the favorites for , checks in on Memphis’ 2020 hopes, and more. I am still not willing to budge off of my Oklahoma State prediction for . His decision could weigh on . (

Class of 2021 5-star point guard Kennedy Chandler focused on domination

After being virtually unknown entering the summer, Briarcrest Christian School (Eads, Tennessee) point guard is a consensus five-star basketball recruit. Last week, Kentucky coach John Calipari made his first visit to see Chandler. Chandler has already visited Memphis and Kansas but doesn’t have any other immediate plans right now. (USA Today)

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