Seven 2011 prospects have the potential to be one-and-done players and be part of the 2012 NBA draft.
The Class of 2012 is loaded with talented big men, and Paul Biancardi offers a quick scouting breakdown of the top prospects.
John Calipari has embraced the "one-and-done" era and is not afraid to rely on freshman in leadership positions, writes Paul Biancardi.
High school teammates Quincy Miller, No. 4 in ESPNU 100, and Deuce Bello, No. 50 in ESPNU 100 commit to Baylor, writes Paul Biancardi.
D'Angelo Harrison becomes St. John's third ESPNU 100 commit in the 2011 class, writes Paul Biancardi.
Elite point guards, like Brandon Knight and Josh Selby, highlighted the late signing period, writes Paul Biancardi.
In Brandon Knight, Kentucky is getting a signature recruit with superstar ability, writes Paul Biancardi.
Friday's clash between Duncanville and Lincoln will be a showcase for two of the nation's elite high school big men.
After assembling the nation's top 2010 recruiting class during the early signing period, Memphis coach Josh Pastner has to be considered one of the top recruiters in college hoops, writes Paul Biancardi.
Some of the nation's best small forwards attended the Vince Carter Academy in Orlando. Paul Biancardi breaks down their skills.
The top programs in the ACC have brought in talent that should help the conference continue to thrive.
DeMarcus Cousins is the first piece of John Calipari's recruiting puzzle at Kentucky, writes Paul Biancardi.
Every player has something they can improve, but the strengths of the McDonald's All-Americans far outweigh the weaknesses, writes Paul Biancardi.
Derrick Favors' has the potential to be a program-changing recruit for Georgia Tech, writes Paul Biancardi.
Xavier Henry's commitment is a huge pickup for Memphis, writes Paul Biancardi.
The next generation of prep standouts showcased their talents in Cincinnati, writes Paul Biancardi.