2021 point guard Nick Marshall is a 6-5, 175 lbs, crafty point guard who plays for River Hill high school in Clarksville, Maryland. He has a great feel for the game and knows how to make others around him better. We talked about his recruitment and his offer from Big 5 powerhouse Penn. LJ: What teams […]Read more "2021 point guard Nick Marshall talks Penn offer and more"
Terrence Butler Jr Is a talented wing who played for Bishop McNamara high school in Forestville, Maryland. Standing a solid 6-7, 210 lbs, he brings an all-round versatile game that will make players around him better. He works hard and plays with a great basketball IQ. He will team with players like last years’ talented freshman TJ Bickerstaff and […]Read more "Talented 2021 forward Terrence Butler Jr talks commitment to Drexel"
2022 four-star point guard prospect Avery Brown is a top target for Penn State. He makes players around him better and is one of the tougher guards to handle one-on-one. Brown stands 6-1 175 lbs, and plays for Northfield Mount Hermon high school in Northfield, Massachusetts. He ranks 80th overall, 18th among point guards, and […]Read more "2022 four-star point guard Avery Brown talks Penn State"
The Drexel Dragons gained a huge commitment from Greenforest Christian Academy star Lamar Oden Jr. He is a high level 2020 small forward with elite athleticism. He can play both ends of the floor with great energy and possesses evolving all-around skills. I talked to the 6-6 180 lbs forward about his commitment to the […]Read more "2020 Drexel commit Lamar Oden jr talks future with Dragons and more"
2020 Penn commit Andrew Laczkowski is a 6-6 shooting guard who plays for St. Marks high school in Dallas, Texas. He is a deadly shooter who can run the floor and will add another weapon to the Quakers offense. He talked with Philly Sports Network about his Penn commit and more. LJ: What made the […]Read more "2020 sharp-shooting Texas prospect talks Penn Commitment"
The fact that the nation’s number one team fell victim to an upset Saturday afternoon should not come as a surprise to anyone that follows college basketball. Before Kansas dropped a one-point game to kick-off Saturday’s string of games, four other number one teams had been knocked the thrown this season. We are in the […]Read more "Three in the Key: Villanova Forces Kansas to Vacate the Thrown"
Villanova’s first ten games of the 2019-20 NCAA Men’s Basketball season has been filled with some ups and downs. At first glance, it’s difficult to argue with an 8-2 record. However, with a deeper look, some flaws can be identified. The Wildcats have racked up wins against Army, Ohio, Middle Tennesse, Mississippi State, La Salle, […]Read more "Villanova Faces Biggest Test of the Season Saturday Against Kansas"
The opening month of basketball is in the books for the Villanova Wildcats. The team played six games, winning four. Unfortunately, Villanova’s losses came to the only ranked teams they took on in November. The Wildcats suffered a blowout loss to Ohio State in their second game of the season. In their most recent contest, […]Read more "November’s Villanova Wildcats Standouts"
The best player in high school basketball is no question 2020 5-star shooting guard Jalen Green. He has proved to be dominant against all competition since he was 16. Though some analysts have ranked such prospects as Evan Mobley, Cade Cunningham or Makur Maker over him, the best player on the floor is always Jalen […]Read more "Recruiting roulette: Updates on Jalen Green & the class of 2020"
Every single year, I am a glutton for punishment. Spring blooms as winter ceases, but I’m not giving up on the best prop-bet dumpster fire known to all sports fans as the March Madness Bracket. I only like to complete one bracket, mostly because I don’t need to be reminded just how wrong I can […]Read more "My March Madness Disasterpiece: Part One"