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

Breaking down the first grassroots basketball live period

Which 2025 player's recruitment do you find most intriguing? I see ’ recruitment as a bit of a litmus test for where Mike Woodson stands in the court of public opinion. Mullins is from a part of Indiana in which IU traditionally does well and has been a priority target for the Hoosiers long before some other national brands knew his name. (Rivals.com)

Pitt men's basketball, Jeff Capel land international commit and sharpshooter Amsal Delalic

Pitt men’s basketball coach Jeff Capel found a unique way to add to his roster in an international commitment from Amsal Delalic of Bosnia-Herzegovina. In 2023-2024, Delalic averaged 13.9 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per contest across 23 games in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina for his team, Borac Nektar. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Awards: Nike EYBL No. 3 in Indianapolis

The Nike Elite Youth Basketball League came through the suburbs of Indianapolis on Friday-through-Saturday. Top Performer: . Currently ranked No. 15 in the Rivals150, he showed what he is capable of when everything is clicking. The Canadian needs to add strength at the next level, but he has a sophisticated offensive package. (Rivals.com)

Lehigh graduate Transfer Forward Burke Chebuhar Commits to Notre Dame

The Notre Dame men's basketball program and coach Micah Shrewsberry picked up a commitment from 6-foot-8 forward Burke Chebuhar. He averaged 7.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game at Lehigh last season. He played in 32 games, starting 22. He shot 46.2% from the field, 32.1% from beyond the arc, and 76.7% from the charity stripe. (Irish Illustrated)

No. 1 prospect AJ Dybantsa recaps Duke offer, recent recruitment and outlook

, the nation’s No. 1 junior, recapped his recent recruitment after dropping 21 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists during the Oakland Soldiers’ 101-66 win over the Family on Friday at the EYBL third live period. The 6-foot-9 Prolific Prep (CA.) product earned an offer from Duke a week ago and will likely take a visit in the fall, among several others. (Zag's Blog)

BYU transfer Noah Waterman commits to Louisville basketball

Louisville men's basketball head coach Pat Kelsey did not stop at poaching one BYU player through the NCAA transfer portal. The Cardinals on Saturday morning landed a commitment from Noah Waterman, a 6-foot-11, 220-pound senior forward who spent the past two seasons with the Cougars and new Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Pope. (Louisville Courier-Journal)

Five-star forward Caleb Wilson on Kentucky: ‘I would like to hear from them’

Kentucky head coach Mark Pope was court side to see top-five class of 2025 prospect on Friday. Per Wilson — the 6-foot-9, 205-pound forward of the Nightrydas Elite Nike EYBL program and Holy Innocents Episcopal School (GA) — this was the first time Kentucky has watched him in person. “I think this is their first time getting eyes on me,” Wilson said. (Zag's Blog)

Five takeaways from big basketball recruiting weekend as Kiyan Anthony, Bryce James stand out

The recruiting circuit was on fire this weekend. High-major coaches were spread across the country trying to see prospects at Nike, Adidas and Under Armour events. There's a lot to keep up with especially as hoops heads were absorbing an awesome weekend of NBA postseason, too. Top-five junior attracted one of the largest crowds. (CBS Sports)

Five-star forward Sadiq White breaks down top seven schools

, a recently named 5-star basketball recruit from Team United AAU, cut his list to seven schools (Syracuse, USC, LSU, Georgetown, Tennessee, Texas, Alabama) in March and broke them down after an impressive Nike EYBL Live Period in Indianapolis. He has no current timetable toward a commitment but will take some visits after the EYBL season. (Zag's Blog)

Top 5 players still available in college basketball transfer portal

was the No. 6 prospect in the 2023 basketball recruiting class. He shined in spurts for Kentucky a season ago, starting 28 games and averaging 9.9 points and 3.3 assists as a freshman. The hyper-touted Wagner is a good bet to have a massive sophomore season. Wagner has visited Arkansas but doesn't seem to be in a rush to commit. (Rivals.com)
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