Dave Telep's Starting 5: No. 4 junior Trey Lyles returns to the court, Purdue gets a commitment, a breakdown of top-20 junior JaQuan Lyle, Chris Chiozza shoots up the point guard ranks and what makes Ohio State commit Jae'Sean Tate special.
The Kentucky Wildcats, less than a day after their elimination from the opening round of the NIT, received a commitment Wednesday from Julius Randle, the nation's No. 1 power forward and No. 3 overall recruit in the Class of 2013.
North Carolina received a commitment from one of the top juniors in the country on Monday. Point guard Joel Berry pledged to the Tar Heels following his official visit to UNC this weekend, according to his travel team coach, Burney Hayes.
The Wake Forest Demon Deacons have landed their point guard of the future. Shelton Mitchell, ranked No. 20 overall in the Class of 2014, made an early decision to commit to Jeff Bzdelik's Deacons on Friday.
Kentucky's not the only program that can recruit twins. The North Carolina State Wolfpack, fresh off an elite 2012 recruiting class, laid the foundation for their 2014 effort by landing twins Caleb and Cody Martin.
The North Carolina Tar Heels are no longer in the market for a point guard in the Class of 2013. Nate Britt (Washington, D.C./Gonzaga), ESPNU's No. 15 overall player and No. 2 rated junior point guard, committed to Roy Williams on Tuesday.