2017 Wake Forest Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops02/09/2017
Olivier Sarr, a four-star prospect out of France, has narrowed his list of schools to four and is in the midst of visiting all four officially. Sarr started the trip off with California and will also see Wake Forest, Vanderbilt and UCF.
- Brian Snow | Scout Hoops09/30/2016
Practice is starting around the country for many schools, and several are using it as a huge recruiting weekend. Kansas has the biggest group of visitors coming in, but also schools such as Texas Tech, UCLA, Stanford, Kentucky, and Indiana have big visitors on campus
- 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.
- Jody Demling | Cardinal Authority07/21/2016
Day two of the third - and final evaluation period of the summer for college basketball coaches is over and the University of Louisville staff spent time evaluating in Orlando, Fla., and Las Vegas on Thursday. Check out the prospects the staff was watching:
- Brian Snow | Scout Hoops07/07/2016
NORTH AUGUSTA, SC - Four-star shooting guard Chaundee Brown has been impressive so far in July, and Thursday he was tremendous for Nike South Beach at the Peach Jam. More and more coaches seem to be coming in to get a glimpse of Brown.
- Evan Daniels and Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops06/28/2016
ZARAGOZA, Spain -- USA and Canada have teams in the FIBA u17 World Championships that are full of prospects that will play college basketball. But in an effort to highlight other standouts, Scout takes a look at the non-North American players that could potentially play college basketball.
- Dave Lomonico | TerrapinTimes05/18/2016
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon has been handing out shooting guard/wing offers right and left this offseason as he assures the Terps have plenty of options in the 2017 class. The latest verbal went out to junior two-guard Chaundee Brown (First Academy/Orlando, Fla.), a 6-foot-5, 195-pounder, who was thrilled with the UMD look May 18.
- Dave Lomonico | TerrapinTimes01/17/2016
He didn’t even hold an offer from the University of Maryland, but The First Academy (Orlando, Fla.) 2017 shooting guard Chaundee Brown decided, on a whim, to fly up to College Park, Md., with his AAU coach for a look at the Terps Jan. 16.