Ivan Rabb may not be a national name yet, but he will be the Pac-12's Freshman of the Year in 2016. He will change the California Golden Bears into a yearly contender.
Kentucky Wildcats commit Isaiah Briscoe believes he is the best McDonald's All-American player, and his next head coach John Calipari has to love that confidence.
Forget the argument about the one-and-done rule in college, let's have the same one-and-done rule apply at the high school level.
The McDonald's All-American game is approaching, and you should focus on these aspects of it on Wednesday night.
Ivan Rabb recently helped his team win the California state title, but is he now leaning towards the Arizona Wildcats? He just might be.
Ben Simmons has been a great player for some time, but he was just recently voted as Gatorade's National Boys Player of the Year in basketball. The LSU Tigers will be lucky to have him in college.
Well, apparently Wendell Moore is so good at basketball that he is already receiving letters from said schools. For the record, Moore is in the eighth grade and he is already 6-foot-4, according to atlanta.cbslocal.com. Even better, Moore is being compared to the likes of Andrew Wiggins, who is clearly already off to a great career.
Just in case people already forgot, Wiggins was the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.
Moore is on the right track to have a very bright future.
Can you imagine receiving letters from Duke and North Carolina basketball? Well, Wendell Moore can certainly relate to that, as he is already receiving letters from both schools at age 13.