We select 18 talented freshmen - 6 guards, 6 wings, 6 big men - all split into two “teams”: High-Majors vs Mid-Majors.In our articles, you will find players that we have seen several times, focusing thoroughly on their skills, their weaknesses and how they fit into their respective teams.by @MaceoBaller16...
— Part 1: Guards — Part 2: Wings — Here we are at the final chapter of our 3-part journey through the 2018 International Class: time to talk about some forwards and centers that may make some noise pretty soon. High-Major: Samson Froling, Filip Petrušev, Lukas Kišūnas After years...
– Part 1 (Guards) – After introducing some of the best guards among this year’s International recruiting class, it is time for the second part of our trio of articles. Here are 6 wings who may make some noise over the upcoming season. High-Major: Elias Valtonen, Kody Stattmann, Kristian...
Nowadays, International players have an established presence in college hoops. In the upcoming season, there will be 663 foreign-born scholarship players from 82 different countries featured among 353 Division I schools. Some of them are going to play a key role on their teams and there’s much talent that it...
Basketball is becoming more and more a global game and college hoops make no exception to this slow but constant evolution. Most of Division I Men’s Basketball programs have at least one international scholarship player on their roster (277 out of 353, that is the 78.5%), including 105 teams (29.7%)...
They will not get many minutes this year but they're going to make an impact: here's the future of Gonzaga as we saw it at the U18 European Championship
We catched up with Niccolò Mannion, right now in Rome with the Italy NT. We talked about the training camp as well as his college recruiting process.
More and more italian players are choosing college basketball: here are those who could make their debut in Division I within the next two seasons.
Return to Utah State: the unusual journey of Spencer Nelson that includes religious missions, Wall Street and of course, Italy.
After 8 years in Italy, Omar Thomas went back to college basketball to work with his mentor, coach Doc Sadler. He shared his story with us, between Italy and Ncaa.