Quade Green always had a 'Plan A' -- tonight the journey got a lot more clearer -- after the Neumann Goretti point guard became a Kentucky Wildcat. Seeing the Wildcats dismantle Michigan State live earlier this week, made have closed the deal, as Green reportedly woke up Wednesday with a fresh and clear outlook on where he wanted to play college basketball. Quade Green to Kentucky #BBN pic.twitter.com/JPNcPLLcH1— Dennis Chambers (@DennisChambers_) November 20, 2016 Many consider Green to be the best “true point guard” in the class of 2017 -- praising his knack for finding the open man with a ... Read More
Hopefully those in the know don't ruin it for this great kid, but either John Calipari, or Jim Boeheim is sitting at home tonight extremely happy. According to Adam Zagoria & Zags Blog, Green has signed his national letter of intent with either Kentucky or Syracuse. The five-star recruit will not be reveal his choice at Saturday night’s midnight madness event at Neumann-Goretti in South Philly. Zagoria says the school he signed with already knows his intent. The 6-foot-1 Green out of Neumann-Goretti will announce on Saturday night at his school for either Syracuse or Kentucky. Duke, Temple and Villanova, ... Read More
Quade Green may not be the most important recruit in Syracuse history, but this courtship is crucial to the future of a program that hasn't recruited another point guard because of loyalty to Green. This Saturday, in a ceremony at his high school, the five-star point guard will announce where he will attend college. Green, a senior guard at Neumann-Goretti High School in Philadelphia, Pa. -- has narrowed his list down to five finalists, including Syracuse, Kentucky, Villanova, Duke and Temple. Carl Arrigale, Green's high school coach, told the Lexington Herald-Leader that Green's choice was between Syracuse and Kentucky. Kentucky ... Read More
Frank Martin got himself a good one. One of the cities top guards is heading to SEC Country -- after Imhotep Charter senior guard David Beatty committed to South Carolina at his high school. https://twitter.com/JacobSchwartz23/status/798309970353782784 Beatty chose the Gamecocks over some heavyweights like Indiana, Maryland, and Georgetown. Beatty has moved around some -- spending his first two years at Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) -- before moving to Jersey's St. Benedict's last year year. Beatty and Rhode Island signee Daron Russell help form one of the top backcourts in America.
This could be just be a formality, but the folks on North Broad Street would love to make a huge impression on Neumann Goretti star point guard -- Quade Green. Top Syracuse basketball target for the class of 2017, Quade Green, will visit Temple this Thursday. https://twitter.com/Matt_Vender/status/790932631122800640 Green, a 6-1 point guard from Philadelphia, is rated the No. 22 recruit in the 2017 class by ESPN.com. Green recently cut his list to five schools -- Kentucky, Duke, Villanova and Temple along with Syracuse. Last weekends trip to Syracuse was Green's second official campus visit. He went to Kentucky two weekends ... Read More
This is going to be a game-changing decision. Five-star point guard Quade Green from Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) has announced his final five schools via his Twitter account. Green, who was at Big Blue Madness at Kentucky over the weekend, lists Kentucky, Duke, Syracuse and hometown schools Villanova and Temple. He is expected to sign next month during the early period. https://twitter.com/Q_Green1/status/787841819929407489 Green is expected to visit Syracuse for Orange Madness this week. Quade is the No. 22 player overall and No. 3 player at his position in the Class of 2017 by ESPN.com.
Quade Green became one of the hottest prospects over the summer, and now the five-star point guard has picked up offers from Duke, Kentucky and Syracuse. Syracuse started recruiting Green well before he blew up during the AAU season, and he's been on the campus several times in the past. Green is visiting Syracuse this weekend, and he will reportedly return on October 21st for Orange Madness. According to Zags Blog -- Green will also take a trip to Kentucky on Oct. 14 for Big Blue Madness, per sources. Kentucky is also in the mix for 2017 point guards Trae ... Read More
The kid called 'Fatts' by his mom because he was plump as a youngster, is now the star point guard for Imhotep Charter and on his way to bigger things after committing to Dan Hurley and Rhode Island. Russell made announcement as he was choosing between Seton Hall, LaSalle, Rhode Island or Grand Canyon. Now under the tutelage of Dan Hurley -- Russell could play right away -- bringing a new attitude to a program that's coming off a 17-15 overall record -- going 9-9 in Atlantic 10 play. https://youtu.be/zH49fGfgzps Russell finished off a superb summer that saw him play ... Read More
Quade Green will have his choice of schools, and with Syracuse making a late push to land the five-star point guard, John Calipari has decided to make the trek to Philly to speak to Green personally. The 6-foot point guard from Philadelphia's Neumann-Goretti had Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant Gerry McNamara come to see Green on Monday, while Kentucky head coach John Calipari and assistant Tony Barbee are expected today. Green has visited the SU campus on several occasions, most recently just a few weeks ago during SU's Elite camp. Green is considering Kentucky, Kansas, Xavier, Arizona, Duke, ... Read More
Top 9️⃣🙈👀 A photo posted by SW💉 (@q_boogi) on Aug 12, 2016 at 4:08pm PDT Quade Green has to decide if he wants to be a "Blue Blood" or pave his own way, but for now he's narrowed is choices to nine schools via his Instagram. The Neumann-Goretti 5-star point guard has the luxury of being one hell of a playmaker -- in a year where pure point guards with the ability to get their own buckets are few. Because Green is one of the top point guards in the land -- Duke and Kentucky are beating down his door ... Read More