Beckham headed home?

Kentucky is a team that clearly doesn't have a lot of depth, despite the total talent on the roster. However it appears that Calipari is trying to add a little depth for the future, as Antiquawn "Twany" Beckham looks to be transferring to Kentucky from Mississippi State.
January 17, 2011

One on One With Ravern Johnson

Mississippi State sophomore basketball player Ravern Johnson was part of a team made up of college players from the United States that played four games in the Dominican Republic during a week-long mission and basketball trip through SCORE International.
September 13, 2008

Beckham: A Coach's Perspective

Twany Beckham makes three for Coach Rick Stansbury's signing class. Beckham will make a return to south after a one year stint in the Great North while he attended prep school at New Hampton. NHS head basketball coach Pete Hutchins believes the Bulldogs will be happy with their newest addition.
April 17, 2008

Beckham Makes It Official

The Hampton School provided Twany Beckham with a second chance to show the college basketball recruiting world what he could do. The decision to attend prep school has paid off handsomely for Twany as he will now get the chance to play in one of the nation's top basketball conferences.
April 16, 2008

New Commitment For MSU

Antiquawn "Twany" Beckham, a 6-5 point guard originally from Ballard High School in Louisville, Kentucky who played his prep ball at The New Hampton School in New Hampshire, has verbally committed to Mississippi State after officially visiting them this weekend.
April 13, 2008

Beckham Ends His Deal; Picks SEC School

Interest in Antiquawn Beckham picked up as his post-grad year went on and he ended up with a few high major offers. On Sunday he accepted one and committed to a SEC school.
April 13, 2008

Beckham Hits The Visit Trail

Antiquawn Beckham decided to go to a Prep School after signing with IUPUI last year. The move paid off, as he's picking up interest from high-major programs.
March 10, 2008

Beckham Finds Shooting Stroke

Antiquawn Beckham is changing coaches opinion about his shooting ability and that's led to an increased recruitment. The big guard discussed his options with Scout.com.
January 28, 2008