Andy Katz went searching for next season's Tyrus Thomas and may have found him lurking in Storrs. * 2007 Top 100
UConn's immense talent level will be validated when as many as six Huskies get selected in the draft, Andy Katz writes.
None of UCLA, Texas nor Memphis is sweating over having multiple players still debating on whether to stay in the draft, Andy Katz writes. * Early entries * Draft index
Now that the draft declaration deadline has passed, Andy Katz notes that it's most important to keep an eye on the fence-sitters.
Which program will be hurt the most if its early entrant stays in the NBA draft? Right now, it's Rice, Andy Katz writes.
Connecticut sophomore guard Rudy Gay announced he will skip his final two seasons of eligibility and enter the NBA draft at a news conference on campus Monday.
Texas, UNC and Ohio State should be the big winners in the early signing period.
Twenty years after being the sport's biggest story, the Big East once again is the talk of the town.
C.J. Miles will attend Texas if he slips into the NBA draft's second round.
UConn recruit Andrew Bynum will not be in Chicago and instead will hold three individual workouts.
UConn recruit Andrew Bynum may be holding more individual workouts while Keith Brumbaugh may be leaning toward school.
Multiple sources confirmed to ESPN.com that Connecticut signee, 7-foot, 300-pound Andrew Bynum of New Jersey, has declared for the NBA draft.
Connecticut is Andy Katz's early pick to be the nation's top dog in 2005-06.
Connecticut forward Charlie Villanueva is expected to declare for the NBA draft and not return for his junior season, the Huskies' coaching staff said Monday.
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So, you think recruiting is easy for the big boys in college basketball? Not quite.