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  Colorado
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Five-star guard Josiah James surprisingly picks Tennessee - Sep 28, 2018


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Josiah James, a five-star combo guard from Charleston, South Carolina, verbally committed to Tennessee on Wednesday. The development came as a surprise to recruiting analysts, almost all of whom were projecting James to remain in-state and eventually sign a National Letter of Intent with Clemson.
In other words, it's heartbreak again for Clemson.
Last year, surprisingly, Brad Brownell's Tigers lost in-state star Zion Williamson to Duke. Now they've lost another in-state star, once again surprisingly, this time to the Vols.

It's difficult to overstate what this means for UT.
James is a 6-foot-6 playmaker who is ranked 14th in the Class of 2019, according to 247Sports. That makes him the highest-rated prospect to commit to the Vols since Barnes replaced Donnie Tyndall in March 2015 -- and it extends a string of positive things happening on Barnes' watch at Tennessee.
His Vols were picked 13th in last year's preseason SEC poll but overachieved as much as anybody, despite not having a single top-100 prospect on the roster, and finished tied with Auburn atop the league standings. For that, Barnes was named SEC Coach of the Year. Now every important piece from that team is back. As a result, Tennessee is ranked fourth in the CBS Sports Preseason Top 25 (and one).

James is the eighth top-20 prospect in the Class of 2019 to commit. The others are No. 7 Kahlil Whitney (Kentucky), No. 9 Tyrese Maxey (Kentucky), No. 12 Bryan Antoine (Villanova), No. 13 Nico Mannion (Arizona), No. 16 Isaiah Mobley (USC), No. 17 Onyeka Okongwu (USC) and No. 19 Armando Bacot (North Carolina).

  



700 recently graduate players signed with the agents - 1 day ago
Summer is always the most busy time for the players who look for the pro contracts. It applies especially to just graduated players, who want to take their first steps in pro basketball. NBA has only 60 openings for newcomers. U.S. based pro and semi-pro leagues have also limited number. But most of the players who jump from colleges to pro basketball find their first postings overseas. And the most important step here is to sign with the agent. Currently there are exactly 700 college pla...   [read more]

Derryck
Thornton
USC grad transfer Thornton picks Boston College over Gonzaga - 2 days ago
Derryck Thornton (6'2''-G-97) is heading back to the ACC. On Monday, multiple reports surfaced that the USC grad transfer and former Duke point guard would be heading to Boston College for his final season of eligibility. Thornton was a five-star prospect as a high school junior, opting to leave school and enroll at Duke a year early. He was a part of the class that also included Brandon Ingram, Luke Kennard and Chase Jeter, but he left the program after one up-and-down year that saw him...   [read more]

John
Calipari
John Calipari Signs Lifetime Contract At Kentucky Worth $86 Million - 3 days ago
John Calipari has signed a new long-term contract at Kentucky that is worth $86 million and will enable him to end his coaching career in Lexington. Kentucky made the announcement Thursday after it was reported back in early April that the school had offered him a lifetime contract after he had spoken to UCLA about their coaching vacancy. 'One of the truly unique things about Kentucky men's basketball is its legacy of head coaches who have made their own lasting mark on this program. John...   [read more]


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