Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Immanuel Quickley is Kentucky’s first basketball commitment for the class of 2018

    Lexington Herald-Leader "A commitment seemingly months in the making is finally a reality: five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley will be a Kentucky Wildcat. Quickley — a 6-foot-3 prospect from Bel Air, Md. — announced his commitment to UK on Friday night, becoming the Cats’ first pledge for the recruiting class of..." September 22

  • Charges Against South Carolina G Rakym Felder Dismissed

    The Spun "The third degree assault and battery charges levied against South Carolina point guard Rakym Felder have been dismissed. Felder, a 5-foot-10 point guard from Brooklyn, New York, averaged just under 15 minutes per game for the Gamecocks as a freshman last season. He was arrested on July 13..." September 15

  • Four-star big man Nazreon Reid commits to LSU over Arizona

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Nazreon Reid will take his skills to LSU. The four-star big man , the No. 3 power forward in the class of 2018, on Tuesday announced he has committed to play for the Tigers. Reid opted for LSU over Arizona after visiting the Louisiana school several times this summer and meeting with coach..." September 13

  • Kentucky freshman Nick Richards cleared by NCAA

    Fanrag Sports "University of Kentucky freshman center Nick Richards has been fully cleared by the NCAA, his high school coach told FanRag Sports on Thursday. Richards, a five-star big man, committed to play basketball for Kentucky back in November. The seven-foot, 239-pounder is known for his defensive..." August 24

  • Jontay Porter officially reclassifies, will join brother Michael at Missouri this season

    CBS Sports "Jontay Porter, a five-star prospect from the Class of 2018, officially announced Wednesday what he told CBS Sports last month it was "safe" to assume he would eventually do -- i.e., reclassify to 2017 so that he can play for Missouri this season. Porter is a 6-foot-10 forward and the younger..." August 10

  • Avery Johnson, Alabama Agree to 2-Year Contract Extension

    Bleacher Report "The University of Alabama and head basketball coach Avery Johnson agreed to a two-year contract extension on Friday. Per the Associated Press (via ESPN.com), Alabama's board of trustees' compensation committee approved the two-year extension that will keep Johnson with the program through 2023..." August 04

  • Top H.S. Hoops Prospect 'I'm Not 'One-and-Done' I Might Stay In School!!'

    TMZ "NBA teams might not wanna plummet for Michael Porter Jr. next year ... 'cause the projected #1 pick in the 2018 Draft says there's a chance he won't jump to the pros after his freshman season. We spoke with the 6'10", 215-pound phenom about being the big man on Mizzou's campus ... and MPJ says..." July 31