Decommiting from a school is a growing trend in women's basketball recruiting. And an athlete's decisions and choices have implications for herself, other players, programs and coaches.
The third annual Super 64 saw 128 teams compete in three separate categories. The Tennessee Flight took top honors Thursday night with an easy win over Texas Express Elite 2012-Jones.
In its seventh year, the Flava Jam brought together 96 teams competing in six different categories. Numerous high profile prospects were on hand as well as some others hoping to make an impression on those sitting courtside.
The skills that seperate you from the rest of the pack and impress recruiters take experience and practice.
Getting it together for July is important. Take these tips with you as you hit the road to play in front of college coaches.
With 58 players from 12 states putting work in at the EBA Super 64, finding talent was a pretty easy task.
A parent should be much more than a cheerleader and referee critic out on the tournament trail this July; get caught up with all the things you could be helping with.
The third of four tip sheets looking at the 34 players making the second to last cut at the USA Basketball U16 national team trials.
The process of trying out for one of the USA Basketball teams won't help your recruiting stock. But there are plenty of reasons to play.
In recruiting, it's important to take the time and make the effort to get the truth because first impressions can be misleading.
The West Coast Spring Invitational has quickly evolved into one of the most competitive tournaments attracting top tier programs and national evaluators from around the country.
In recruiting, every decision matters. Coaches have limited scholarships and time to evaluate players, so they use all information at their disposal to make decisions.
With the recent expansion of the 2012 prospect rankings, Malina Howard continued her rise up the list and cracks the top 10.
Tina Stewart's death is a sobering reminder that the one reality that no recruit and her family can escape from is that criminal activity occurs on every campus.
College coaches are quick to tout their teams' achievements. But the proliferation of March tournaments has watered down the weight of being a "postseason program."
When coach changes start this spring, be prepared to take a pause in your recruiting process before jumping to any decision.