CPP Top 100: #82 Gary Trent Jr.

Gary Trent Jr. Duke SG 6’5 Freshman 2016-2017 Stats: None Why They Are Here Gary Trent Jr., the number one shooting guard in the 2017 high school class, finds himself at #82 in the CPP Top 100 because of his pure scoring mentality and physicality. Throughout high school and AAU, Trent Jr. showed his ability to

CPP Top 100: #86 Tyus Battle

Tyus Battle Syracuse G 6'6 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 11.3 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 1.7 apg Why Are They Here Tyus Battle is included in the CPP Top 100 because of his explosive play mostly on the defensive side of the ball. In an ACC conference boasting numerous potential draft picks, Battle excelled on defense in his freshman

CPP Top 100: #87 Malik Williams

Malik Williams Louisville PF 6'11'' Freshman 2016-2017 Stats: None (Freshman) Why They Are Here Malik Williams is ranked here due to his elite length and shot blocking abilities. He can make an instant impact in college basketball if he adds muscle. Williams is an extremely mobile 4/5 who runs the floor well and can finish above

CPP Top 100: #88 Dewan Huell

Dewan Huell Miami (FL) F 6'11 Sophomore 2016-2017 Stats: 5.8 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 0.2 apg Why They Are Here Dewan Huell is in CPP's Top 100 players for the 2016-2017 season because of his frame and his offensive capability around the rim. The high flying sophomore boasts a 7'0 wingspan which allows for closing down passing

CPP Top 100: #90 Bryant Crawford

Leading up to the season we are doing a countdown of the Top 100 players in college basketball. These rankings are based on a poll made up of 14 CPP writers. These writers span from UCLA to Seton Hall so there is very little bias. Each day we will release

Cameron Johnson commits to North Carolina

One of the most dramatic transfer sagas ever in the history of college basketball is one step closer to a conclusion. Per Scout.com's Evan Daniels, former Pittsburgh guard Cameron Johnson committed to the reigning national champions, North Carolina on Tuesday. The 6-foot-8 forward averaged 11.9 points per game and shot 42 percent

CPP NBA Player Breakdown: John Collins

Leading up to the NBA Draft we will be analyzing scouting reports for various players who have entered their name in this year’s NBA Draft.  The focus of these articles will be on prospects who we find most intriguing and feel readers need to become more familiar with.  Please let

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: Post NBA Draft Decision Deadline

          West Region (Los Angeles) 1.Arizona (San Diego) 16.Stephen F. Austin 8.Baylor 9.Nevada 4.Miami (Boise) 13.Grand Canyon 5.St. Mary’s 12.Bucknell 3.Minnesota (Wichita) 14.Troy 6.Notre Dame 11.SMU 2.Wichita State (Dallas) 15.South Dakota 7.Virginia 10.VCU South Region (Atlanta) 1.Duke (Charlotte) 16.Hampton/ St. Peter’s 8.Maryland 9.Oklahoma 4.Seton Hall (Detroit) 13.Akron 5.Alabama 12.Oakland 3.West Virginia (Pittsburgh) 14.Charleston 6.Purdue 11.Georgia Tech/ Vanderbilt 2.Kentucky (Nashville) 15.UNC Asheville 7.Butler 10.Iowa East Region (Boston) 1.Michigan State (Detroit) 16.St. Francis (PA)/ Idaho 8.Texas 9.Arkansas 4.Florida (Dallas) 13.Louisiana Tech 5.Northwestern 12.Vermont 3.North Carolina (Charlotte) 14.Jacksonville State 6.Cincinnati 11.Oregon 2.Villanova (Pittsburgh) 15.Furman 7.Rhode Island 10.Florida State Midwest Region (Omaha) 1.Kansas

Dear Pitt: What Are You Doing?

Every year in the college basketball offseason, players transfer out of one school and into another. Recently, transfer news has been more prevalent in the basketball world than ever before. And with the recent uptick in transfers every summer, there are dozens of intricate rules that go along with the