Memphis coach Josh Pastner landed his third ESPN 100 commitment in the class of 2013 when small forward Kuran Iverson (Waynesboro, Va./Fishburne Military School) pledged to the Tigers on Monday night over Connecticut and Florida.
Super 16 Extravaganza recap
The Longhorns have only two recruits this year, but they will make an impact immediately, writes Reggie Rankin.
Syracuse's No. 5 overall class highlights the Big East, writes Reggie Rankin.
Brandon Knight lived up to his rep, while African import Gorgui Sy Dieng showed he might be flying under the radar during the Flyin to the Hoop invitational.
In a field that featured many prominent Midwestern prospects, 2011 standout Branden Dawson showed that he will be a force at the prep and college levels.
Quincy Miller, one of the nation's top juniors, and Baylor-bound Stargell Love made Quality Education Academy a must-see team at the Kreul Classic, writes Reggie Rankin.
A pair of prep teammates bound for SEC rivals -- Patric Young (Florida) and Stacey Poole (Kentucky) -- showed their skills at the Kreul Classic, writes Reggie Rankin.
An injury that kept Brandon Knight out for most of the summer is not slowing the nation's top point guard down at this week's Kreul Classic, writes Reggie Rankin.
A trio of ACC-bound prospects -- Terrence Ross, Kendall Marshall and Josh Hairston -- were the headliners at this weekend's National High School Hoops Festival, writes Reggie Rankin.
Future Mizzou Tigers Tony Mitchell and Phil Pressey steal the show, writes Reggie Rankin.
Much attention has been paid to the Class of 2011 in the state of Illinois. With their play at the Back to School Jam, Wayne Blackshear and Ryan Boatright justified the hype, writes Reggie Rankin.
Okaro White and Patric Young performed to their lofty reputations at the Tampa Fall Shootout, writes Reggie Ranking.
Prospects such as New York standout JayVaugn Pinkston might not have made the latest ESPNU 100, but they could move in with strong showings in the coming months, writes Reggie Rankin.
2012 guard prospects L.J. Rose and J-Mychal Reese were the showstoppers in Orlando on Thursday, writes Reggie Rankin.
The AAU 17-and-under Super Showcase wrapped up with an exciting championship game and a standout performance from Michael Gbinije.