2017 Texas Tech Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Barry Bolton | Cougfan04/12/2017
THE REGULAR signing period in college basketball begins today and Washington State has three openings available in its 2017 class. But the guess here is that new faces won't be announced by coach Ernie Kent until later in the process, which extends to May 17. Why? Two reasons.
- Chip Brown | Horns Digest03/29/2017
In this week's HD ONLY, the case of Texas 2017 tight end signee Reese Leitao, who was arrested at Jenks High School in Tulsa on Feb. 28 (27 days after being hailed as a potential freshman impact player at UT on National Signing Day) on a felony drug charge ... Andrew Jones entering the NBA Draft without an agent ... a hoops recruiting update ... and the Shaka Smart Georgetown rumor.
- Adam Munsterteiger | BuffStampede03/29/2017
After playing a prep season at the Putnam Science Academy in Connecticut this winter, Malik Ondigo has returned home to Arizona and shifted focus to recruiting. The 6-foot-10, 210-pound big man with a 7-foot-1.5 wingspan has trimmed his list to five programs with the late signing period looming.
- Barry Bolton | Cougfan03/17/2017
KWINTIN WILLIAMS, a highly athletic junior college power forward, tells Cougfan.com that Washington State and coach Ernie Kent have been recruiting him hard since getting his academic house in order and that the Cougs and a Big 12 school are his leaders with less than a month to go before the regular letter-of-intent signing period begins.
- Jarret Johnson | Inside the Red Raiders02/23/2017
Analysis of Texas Tech signee Jarrett Culver's 42-point performance in Lubbock Coronado's 77-56 Texas Class 5A first round playoff win over Amarillo Caprock, plus how he projects at the next level for the Red Raiders.
- Jarret Johnson | Inside the Red Raiders02/21/2017
2017 Texas Tech signee Jarrett Culver scored 42 points to lead Lubbock Coronado to a 77-56 victory over Amarillo Caprock Monday night in a Texas Class 5A bi-district playoff matchup at the First Bank United Center in Canyon (TX).
- Jarret Johnson | Inside the Red Raiders01/10/2017
Texas Tech signees Jordan Brangers and Josh Webster, who represent the starting backcourt for South Plains College, the No. 1 ranked junior college team in the nation, turned in stellar performances en route to a 101-88 victory over No. 18 Odessa College on Monday night at the Texan Dome in Levelland (TX).
- 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.
- Jacquie Franciulli | Hoo Nation08/25/2015
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-- Luke Frampton is one to keep an eye on in the 2017 class. The Poca (W.V.) shooting guard attended Virginia Elite basketball camp over the weekend, and he discussed his recruitment with Scout.