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USC lands ESPN 100 Max Agbonkpolo. A highly skilled combo forward, who at 6'8" shoots it with range and accuracy. He brings tremendous versatility and upside to the Trojans.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

I recently spoke with Collin Sexton on some of the adjustments in the game from middle school to the NBA. 1. Middle school to high school: "Learn the game, don't just play the game." 2. High school to college: "Scouting report defense and the ability to read a defense. I watched a lot of film. Be ready to watch a lot of film." 3. College basketball to the NBA: "Nobody graduates. As a rookie you are playing against five and ten year veterans in practice and in games."

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Espn no.27 Will Baker will visit UCLA this week. He is also hearing from Texas A&M, Kansas, Texas, UNC, and Stanford on a regular basis. Extremely skilled post who brings a high level game and high character to any program.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Nuggets president and ex-Missouri guard Josh Kroenke to ESPN's The Undefeated on drafting Missouri forward Michael Porter, Jr.: "Michael is an incredible talent and we were surprised to see him available at #14. We know the risks associated with him due to his recent back injury at Missouri, but he's an incredibly hard worker, is an outstanding young man, and we think he will fit in well with our up and coming group in Denver."

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Elijah Brown out of Oregon — son of assistant coach Mike Brown — plans to play Summer League for Golden State, league sources tell ESPN.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Baylor picks up a strong verbal commitment from 6'7" Jordan Turner. The small forward plays with effort and is one of the better 3-point shooters in the class.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Espn 60 D.J. Burns reclassifies up into the class of 2018 and commits to Rick Barnes and Tennessee. A power forward at 6'8" & 255lbs who scores with footwork, touch, and instincts on the blocks. The Volunteers will be projected as a top 5 team next season. This is a terrific recruit for Tennessee.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Espn 60 Josh Nickelberry commits to Louisville. The first big recruit for Chris Mack. This breaks the ice for the Cardinals.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Evaluated and spoke with Kahlil Whitney last weekend at the EYBL. He is receiving heavy recruiting attention from Florida State, Louisville, Illinois , Miami, Ohio State, Oregon, Seton Hall and Saint John's. He is one of the better small forwards in the class of 2019.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Spoke with ESPN 60 Josh Green. He is on his way to Treviso, Italy for the NBA Global games. On the recruiting front, he mentioned Virginia, Villanova, Arizona, UNC, USC and Michigan as the programs that have been active in his recruitment. He is still open to other programs. Green came over from Australia, plays high school at IMG and travels with West Coast Elite in the offseason. ‬One of the best two way players in the class of 2019.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

ESPN 60 Tre Mann recently cut his list to three schools. His thoughts on each. "Florida- is home. I grew up in Gainesville, all of my family is there. I have a great relationship with all of the coaches there since 8th or 9th grade. I think I fit their system well and I'll be able to play my game at Florida." "On Tennessee. I have a great relationship with coach Lanier and coach Barnes. Coach Barnes is a veteran at what he does and I feel like he can develop me into the player I need to be to go to the next level. " "Kansas, is a winning program and is always does well in the tournament. Coach Self is a veteran and knows how to win and I believe he can help me get the where I want to be in the next couple of years."

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Romeo Weems is headed to DePaul. Weems is currently ranked no.30 in the ESPN 60. Huge get for the Blue Demons.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Ex-Texas A&M center Tyler Davis told ESPN's The Undefeated that he is staying in the NBA Draft and forgoing his senior season. "I loved my time at Texas A&M. I love Coach Kennedy, my coaches and my teammates. I will always be an Aggie, and am thankful I was a part of their program. I just want to start my career as a pro and have decided to stay in the 2018 NBA Draft with the goal of being in the NBA next season," Davis told The Undefeated.