It has been a good spring for prospects in the 2018 class as a lot of them have stepped up their game, but no position group has seen more impressive showings than the point guard spot.
With Aaron Wiggins (Wesleyan Christian/High Point, N.C.) starting the ball rolling in Maryland’s 2018 recruiting class, let’s take a look at how the Terps’ board looks now and where head coach Mark Turgeon and Co. stand with their top remaining targets.
Immanuel Quickley, one of the top point guards in the 2018 class, has cut his list of schools down to four. Who made the cut and why? Quickley breaks it down.
With two local DMV talents off the board this May in Prentiss Hubb (Gonzaga/Washington, D.C.) and Brandon Slater (Paul VI/Fairfax, Va.), here’s where head coach Mark Turgeon and his staff stand before the July live periods this summer:
Here are the recruiting notes and recent changes we’ve made to the hot board heading into the summer months.
Five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley remains set on his seven schools and is continuing to work to refine his game.
Will Wade's staff was on the circuit watching plenty of prospects and handing out offers during the first eval period. Tiger Blitz recaps LSU's weekend in basketball recruiting.
It was a good weekend of action at the adidas Gauntlet event. Some of the top prospects dominated as expected, with several other high level performances taking place. Here is a look at who led the way in Fort Worth.