Exauce Manissa is a 6’9 power forward who played for West Oaks high school in Orlando after spending time at First Love Christian Academy in Washington, Pennsylvania. Teams that have sent him an offer include UALR, Houston, and Cleveland State. The 2021 prospect talked with me about his recruitment and more for Philly Sports Network. […]Read more "2021 frontcourt talent Exauce Manissa talks Saint Joseph and more"
Elite DC prospect Devon Dinkins is a three-star point guard out of Gonzaga high school. He is the 208th ranked prospect, 40th ranked point guard and 4th ranked prospect in DC for the 2022 basketball class. He talked to me about what schools are contacting him the most and more for Philly Sports Network. Leader: […]Read more "2022 three-star point guard Devon Dinkins talks Georgetown, LaSalle & Penn State"
Braden Applehans is a 2022 three-star shooting guard who plays for Blue Springs high school in Blue Springs, Missouri. Applehans averaged 14.3 points and 3.1 rebounds last season. He sat down to talk with me about his recruitment and how he has improved over the past year. Leader: What teams are keeping in contact with […]Read more "2022 three-star shooting guard Braden Appelhans talks Drexel & more"
Indianapolis: We are 29 days away from the start of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament. The March Madness tourney will be held in Indianapolis not as a bubble, but in the central location. March Madness venues As mentioned, the tournament will be held in a central location, but not as a bubble. The following […]Read more "NCAA Gives Updates Ahead of the 2021 March Madness Tournament"
2021 Three-star point guard Hysier Miller plays for Neumann Goretti in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is committed to Temple University. He is the ninth-ranked prospect in the state, 41st ranked point guard in the nation, and 268th ranked prospect in the 2021 basketball class by 24/7 composite rankings. I talked to him about his recruitment and […]Read more "Top 2021 Temple commit Hysier Miller opens up on his journey so far"
Kobe Bryant, Rasheed Wallace, Wilt Chamberlain, Earl “The Pearl” Monroe just to name a few are names who became legends of basketball out of Philadelphia. 2022 five-star center Jalen Duren could be next in line of Philadelphia basketball greats. He is ranked the number two player in the 2022 basketball class second to man child […]Read more "The recruitment of Philadelphia basketball Phenom Jalen Duren"
Justin Moore has been an impact player ever since he first stepped on the court for the Villanova Wildcats. Moore averaged 11.3 points and 3.1 rebounds per game while shooting 39% from long range. He was one of the Wildcats’ most important players and this year has continued to evolve into one of college basketball’s most dangerous […]Read more "Villanova sophomore Justin Moore is making huge strides in sophomore season"
Justin Rochelin is a 2021 small forward who plays for Heritage Christian high school in Northridge, California. He stands 6-4, 175 lbs, and is one of the best shooters in the country. Rochelin is the 16th ranked prospect out of California, 34th ranked small forward and the 155th ranked prospect in the class of 2021 […]Read more "2021 three-star small forward Justin Rochelin talks Penn, San Diego State and more"
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has returned to play his sophomore year for the Villanova Wildcats. What does the mean? It means Villanova is a certified top three team and once again a national title contender. Robinson-Earl possesses a rare combination of athleticism and basketball IQ for a 6-9 235 pound prospect. He averaged 10.5 points 9.4 rebounds […]Read more "Jeremiah Robinson-Earl could be Villanova’s missing piece"
Sage Tolbert is a transfer from Southeast Missouri. At 6-8 210 Tolbert brings a combination of power and athleticism that will instantly impact the Temple Owls. He improved on almost every category including going down on fouls and turnovers. Tolbert averaged 9.6 points and 7 rebounds while shooting 55% from the field. I talked to […]Read more "Sage Tolbert opens up on de-commitment and why he chose Temple"