Dickie V ranks his top teams for the 2021-22 college basketball season, with his list revealing some potential national surprises.
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For a while, Duke and Kentucky dominated the recruiting world. But now other teams are getting into the mix, and that is clear this cycle.
- No. 1 hoops prospect Bates reclassifying into '21
- Johnson, No. 15 in Class of '22, chooses Oregon
- Oregon lands All-ACC Syracuse transfer Guerrier
- Kentucky lands another 5-star PG in Washington
The Zags are still among the nation's elite, but multiple teams have entered ESPN's rankings.
Dereck Lively's commitment on Monday night amped up the quest for No. 1 between Duke coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer and Kentucky's John Calipari.
Jeff Borzello breaks down the race for the top 12 uncommitted recruits, and which programs have a shot at the No. 1 class.
Prominent college hoops brands are near the top, including Duke, with a strong first class for Jon Scheyer.
After a huge August, Penny Hardaway and the Tigers have made a major national impression.
Everything is awesome (baby). Here are the players, teams and games Dickie V is getting geared up for with the season drawing nearer on the horizon.
Whether it's social media following, talent or a combination of both, these college basketball players stand to make big bucks in the NIL era.
The dust has largely settled on the transfer movement front, and some new national title contenders have emerged.
Emoni Bates and Jalen Duren could both play college basketball in 2021-22 ... and we'll soon find out where. ESPN assessed the impact of their impending decisions.
Emoni Bates, the No. 1 prospect in high school basketball, is reclassifying into the 2021 class and could potentially enroll in college for the upcoming season.
July's key college basketball deadlines brought good news to multiple 2022 Final Four hopefuls.
Between Emoni Bates, D.J. Wagner and the best prospects in the Classes of 2022, '23 and '24, who is the real No. 1?
The Longhorns and Ducks have realistic Final Four aspirations after loading up on transfers.
Five-star basketball recruit Dior Johnson, the No. 15-ranked player in ESPN's 2022 high school class, has committed to Oregon, he told ESPN on Tuesday.
The Basketball Tournament, a $1 million, winner-take-all event, is back for an eighth year. Here's a look at all 64 teams in this summer's showcase.
A pair of men's college basketball blue bloods will enter 2021-22 with sky-high expectations.
ESPN's panel talks Pac-12 recruiting, including UCLA's run, changes at Arizona, and Oregon's uncommon transfer success.
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Pac-12 schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Quincy Guerrier was a third team All-ACC selection after averaging 13.7 points and 8.4 rebounds in his sophomore season at Syracuse.
TyTy Washington announced his commitment to Kentucky on Wednesday, giving John Calipari his 12th five-star point guard recruit since taking over in Lexington in 2009. Washington chose the Wildcats over Arizona, Baylor, Kansas, LSU and Oregon.
Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.