2017 Clemson Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Ryan Bertonaschi | Panther Digest09/15/2016
Former Pitt coach Jamie Dixon was in solid stance for several big-time recruits one year ago to this week. Dixon's horrendous September, October and November recruiting efforts led to a weak 2016 class. In a similar position one year later, will new Pitt coach Kevin Stallings prevail or fold?
- Jody Demling | Cardinal Authority07/11/2016
Cardinal Authority publisher Jody Demling breaks down where the University of Louisville is trending with its top basketball targets in the Class of 2017 coming out of the first evaluation period of the month of July.
- Jody Demling | Cardinal Authority07/04/2016
Cardinal Authority publisher Jody Demling breaks down where the University of Louisville is trending with its top basketball targets in the Class of 2017 heading into the three evaluation periods in July.
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops04/27/2016
2017 power forward Aamir Simms has had a successful spring, as he's reeled in a handful of high major offers. Plus he's built strong relationships with coaches like Brad Brownell, Ed Cooley, Will Wade and John Thompson III.
- Dave Lomonico | TerrapinTimes12/23/2015
The Terps’ hoops staff was out in full force before the holidays, and during one of the tournaments assistant Dustin Clark attended in mid-December he was able to watch 2017 power-forward offeree Aamir Simms (Blue Ridge/Dyke, Va.).
- Jody Demling | Cardinal Authority08/05/2015
Campbellsville, Ky., Taylor County High School 2017 point guard David Sloan landed an offer from the University of Louisville in June. On Wednesday, he made an unofficial visit to U of L to watch practice and met Rick Pitino for the first time. See what Sloan had to say:
- Jody Demling | WKU Insider07/10/2015
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. - One of the top 2017 targets for Western Kentucky basketball - Taylor County's David Sloan - updated WKUInsider on his recruitment and said the Toppers have a boost since hiring assistant Chris Shumate.
- Kerry Fair II | SC Prep Nation06/12/2015
2017 guard Zach Butler formerly of Dorman High is heading to play for nationally ranked Oldsmar Christian in Florida and stretching up to 6'4 now he's still adjusting to his latest growth spurt. He's picked up another pair of offers and it seems the schools in the Sunshine State are taking a liking to their newest transplant. Inside we've got the latest with Butler.
- Jody Demling | Cardinal Authority01/14/2015
The University of Louisville basketball staff has jumped into the recruiting mix for one of the state's top young prospects. Taylor County sophomore guard David Sloan was evaluated by the Cardinals and will visit on Saturday for the Duke game.