The best 24 high school seniors in the nation gathered in Chicago this week to show off their talents in the annual McDonald's All-American game.
In its 40 years of existence, the McDonald's game has seen future NBA stars such as Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, the list can go
CPP recruiting insiders Sean Bock and Chris Walz preview the 40th annual McDonald's All-American Game while giving their take on what they saw in practice and how each player will perform in the college ranks and beyond.
#1 North Carolina vs. #2 Kentucky
Sunday 5:05 EST, CBS
Player to Watch: Justin Jackson
The junior forward has been the man this year for the Tarheels. In the win Sweet 16 win over Butler on Friday, Jackson scored 24 points even with an atrocious 2-8 from three-point land. His length and
Fun day in college hoops yesterday, eh? You can complain all you want about the lack of upsets, buzzer beaters, madness, etc. but the NCAA Tournament is beautiful regardless of how crazy it is. Here is a recap of the first eight games of the Round of 32...
(4) West Virginia
#4 Florida Gators vs. #13 East Tennessee State Buccaneers
Thursday, March 16, 2017 (3:10 PM ET, TruTV)
(24-8) 14-4 SEC
Player to Watch: KeVaughn Allen (13.9 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 1.4 APG)
Florida doesn't have any projected lottery picks or star-studded players. Allen has been a consistent scorer this year while shooting 45% from
#1 Gonzaga vs. #16 South Dakota State
Thursday, March 16, 2017 (2 PM ET, TBS)
March Preview: Gonzaga Bulldogs
March Preview: South Dakota State Jackrabbits
32-1 (17-1 WCC)
Player to Watch: Nigel Williams-Goss (16.9 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 4.8 APG)
A transfer from Washington, Williams-Goss has been the man this year for Gonzaga. His outstanding playmaking
Never doubt Sparty when Tom Izzo is in charge. Michigan State lost three straight in conference play during one stretch and was 12-9 overall at that point in the season. Coach Izzo brought his young team together and now despite all the injuries the Spartans starting to reach their maximum
Expectations were not very high for the Wolverines coming into the season. Michigan has been very inconsistent this year but is starting to peak at the right time. Heading into Sunday's Big Ten conference championship game against Wisconsin, the Wolverines have won seven of their last eight including quality wins
The Bulldogs have taken the college basketball world by storm this season. Coach Mark Few and company are 32-1 this season with their only loss coming to BYU on February 25th. Not many critics are buying that Gonzaga has a chance to make a run in the NCAA Tournament because
After to losing at Illinois State on January 14th, Wichita State has won 15 straight games. To add a little flavor to that, each of these games was decided by 15 points or more. The Shockers are peaking at the right time and is a tough matchup for any
At the beginning of the season, especially in the Maui Invitational, Oregon looked like they would be a team that would be very inconsistent throughout the whole year. Although the Ducks went 2-1 in the tournament, they suffered a loss to Georgetown and were on the heels against UCONN and
Arizona has made the Elite Eight two out of the past three years but hasn't reached the Final Four since 2001. In his eighth year at the helm, Sean Miller has arguably his best team and has all the talent and potential to get over the hump and earn a
The Wildcats are one of the original five division one programs who has never made a NCAA Tournament. After getting off to an 18-4 start, Northwestern seemed to lock up their first tournament bid. Chris Collins' group hit a rough patch losing five of their next seven games and started to
The month of March is finally here and I've already told my teachers my grades would be dropping because I'd be watching college hoops in class. Here is the College Pride Press Saturday Notebook for March 4, 2017...
Pittsburgh 42, 23 Virginia 67: In his final home game, London Perrantes scored
The crew discusses the Big 12 conference race, bubble teams that NCAA tournament fates rely on their performance in the week, and the top games of the weekend. Be sure to check out the site for all you need to know about March Madness!!! CollegePridePress.com and follow us on Twitter
Ok, I will admit it. On my first podcast with College Pride Press, I predicted UCLA wouldn't make the tournament and Steve Alford would be fired. Well, I think Lonzo Ball and company heard my comments and used it as motivation for the rest of the season. You're welcome Bruins