Pac-12 Basketball Recruiting
It was a bit of a rough week for an Oregon team still looking to fill its open scholarships, but it likely won’t hinder the team’s ability to put out a competitive group for 2018.
The Ducks have lost a lot of pieces this offseason, but Brown will make an immediate impact.
The Golden Bears nabbed a commit earlier this month. Let’s learn more about him.
Wooten is Bobby Hurley’s third 2017 commit.
The Wildcats’ class continues to get better
Bailey is Oregon’s first 2017 commit
The Utes will need some help from these guys if they want to make it to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season.
Sean Miller has done it again.
Lonzo Ball, the 4th highest rated recruit in the class of 2016, is coming to UCLA. What should Bruins fans expect from the talented guard?
The Ducks had great success last year. Can their recruits help them replicate it?
Markelle Fultz, Washington University’s heralded incoming freshman, is a truly special player and could take Washington to the top.
It will be tough to replace GP2, but the Beavers have the pieces.
Quality > Quantity for the Cardinal
The Huskies have landed one of the best players in the Class of 2017.
The Sun Devils have five new players coming in.
Our series keeps rolling along!
Can the Buffs make it back to the NCAA Tournament this year? If so, these recruits will have to play a role.