2017 Memphis Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Patrick Engel | Pony Stampede09/08/2016
It’s official visit and commit season in college basketball. Recruits are taking visits and committing before the November signing period. American Conference teams have been getting visitors in frequently and five now have at least one commitment.
- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops09/01/2016
Mohamed Bamba, Collin Sexton and Troy Brown are among the many key visits this weekend. Who else is taking official and unofficial visits? Scout has the latest on the biggest visits of the weekend.
- A.P. Steadham | BamaMag05/22/2016
Jamal Johnson is a talented combo guard from Spain Park HS (Hoover, AL). His last name is familiar to all Tide fans since his Dad, Buck Johnson (1982-86), remains a legendary figure in the annals of Alabama basketball lore.
- Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops04/15/2016
BROOKLYN - David Nickelberry's vision was on display for the Showtime Hoops AAU squad on Friday night at the UA Association, where the four-star prospect showed flashes of why he has high major programs targeting him.
- Steve Clark | Blue Devil Digest03/27/2016
2017 small forward prospect David Nickelberry is considered a four star prospect by Scout.com and a top 35 overall prospect in the rising senior class. Recently the 6-foot-7 Floridian has begun fielding interesting from the Blue Devils. We spoke with Nickelberry about that and more.
- Gene Swindoll | Gene's Page03/22/2016
Terry (MS) High School class of 2017 4-star two-guard Nyah Tate recently committed to Mississippi State women's basketball. Her dad, Antonio Tate, talked one-on-one with Gene's Page about his daughter's commitment.
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops02/10/2016
With the high school season nearing the end, Scout's basketball recruiting team -- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon -- got together to update the 2017 top 100. While there was shuffling among the top five, it consists of the same five players. The list, however, does have a bunch of new names, including 18 newcomers.
- Cary L. Clark | BamaMag01/09/2016
HOOVER, Ala. – in an arena packed to the gills, the Spain Park Jaguars defeated visiting Mountain Brook, downing the Spartans 77-65 Friday night. The contest featured a number of D-1 prospects, most of them underclassmen. Even the Fire Marshal couldn’t cool down a few of them. To the categories: