07/16/2014, 12:15pm CDT, By George M. Wilcox | firstname.lastname@example.org | @geomwilcox
Rules — and recruiting budgets — vary between the NCAA and NAIA institutions in the area.
07/16/2014, 9:15am CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
The first "live" weekend in July allowed a promising junior prospect to rise and an under-appreciated team to strut its stuff on a big summer stage.
07/15/2014, 11:00am CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
College coaches are out in full force and prospects across the state are trying to catch their eye. How important is the first "live" period of July? And what are the repercussions?
07/15/2014, 10:45am CDT, By George M. Wilcox | email@example.com | @geomwilcox
OPRF grad Iman Shumpert returned to his hometown last week for his third annual youth basketball clinic.
07/14/2014, 9:15pm CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
Manny Patterson, one of the top young players in the Class of 2017, is another piece added to a young stable of talent at Kenwood.
07/14/2014, 11:30am CDT, By Brian Peloza
Kenwood rising junior Zion Morgan is receiving interest from numerous college coaches playing on the AAU circuit with Chicago Lockdown.
07/11/2014, 10:45am CDT, By George M. Wilcox | firstname.lastname@example.org | @geomwilcox
Coveted 6-10 junior center Barret Benson tries hot yoga classes to improve his strength and flexibility.
07/10/2014, 1:00pm CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
The July evaluation period is here, with college coaches crisscrossing the country to get their eyes on prep prospects. Here is a short list of players poised to raise their stock this month.
07/10/2014, 10:45am CDT, By Matt Harness | email@example.com | @harnesspreps
Trinity girls coach Eddie Stritzel said travel basketball provides "great exposure for girls who want to play ball in college." Loyola boys coach Tom Livatino said club basketball is "not bad, but it’s a completely different style of playa completely different style of play."
07/10/2014, 10:30am CDT, By Matt Harness | firstname.lastname@example.org | @harnesspreps
One of the few rules the IHSA has with regards to club basketball is that no more than two players from the same high school can play together on a non-school basketball team.