Haukur Palsson's basketball journey has led him from Iceland to Montverde Academy in Florida. It looks like his next stop will be a noteworthy Division I program, writes Christopher Lawlor.
Harrison Barnes held off a charge from Jared Sullinger to maintain his status as the nation's top recruit, writes Christopher Lawlor.
Brandon Knight and Austin Rivers are ready to show the nation that Florida is more than a football state, writes Christopher Lawlor.
The nation's top players -- including St. Pat's dynamic duo of Kyrie Irving and Mike Gilchrist -- will be in Springfield, Mass., this weekend for the Hoophall Classic, writes Christopher Lawlor.
Roscoe Smith's NBA aspirations led him to UConn.
Top recruits Richard Solomon and Allen Crabbe highlight the field at this year's Pangos Dream Classic, writes Christopher Lawlor.
An early-round upset of Wheeler at the Beach Ball Classic has made one of the nation's premiere tournaments open for the taking.
It took a few unexpected twist for both Patterson Catholic and Winter Park to earn spots in the title game at the City of Palms Classic, writes Christopher Lawlor.
Findlay Prep is among the teams in a loaded field at the 2009 City of Palms Classic.
After an up-and-down season, Xavier Henry's life took another unexpected turn when John Calipari left Memphis for Kentucky, writes Christopher Lawlor.
With coach John Calipari leaving Memphis for Kentucky, two of the nation's best players -- Xavier Henry and DeMarcus Cousins -- will reopen the recruiting process, writes Chris Lawlor.
With 17 of the top 20 players in the ESPNU 100 rankings on the roster, the 2009 edition of the McDonald's All-American game is sure to entertain, writes Chris Lawlor.
Standout power forward Tristan Thompson is heading to Findlay Prep after getting kicked off the team at St. Benedict's, writes Christopher Lawlor.
Before they take their talents to college, a few high school seniors will test their mettle at Madison Square Garden during the Jordan Brand Classic on April 18.
Ultimately, it was a desire to play his brother, C.J., that led Xavier Henry, the top prospect in the Class of 2009, to Memphis.
Lance Stephenson wasn't the only shining star at Friday's Boost Mobile Elite 24, writes Christopher Lawlor.