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
It appears that Quade Green wants to pick a school sooner than later according to several reports. While many of the top players in the Class of 2017 may not sign until the spring — the 6-foot-1 point guard from Neumann-Goretti (PA) High School told Scout.com he plans to sign “early.” Green will visit Kentucky
Maybe it’s the transfer to IMG Academy or his blazing hot summer, but Top overall recruit and star point guard Trevon Duval just announced that he’s reopening his recruitment process. I have decided to reopen my recruitment. — Trevon Duval (@DatGuy_Trey) October 4, 2016 Duval seemed to come away from last weekend’s Late Night in
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
Villanova’s prized 5-star freshman recruit — Omari Spellman — will not be eligible during the 2016-17 basketball season and will spend the year as an academic redshirt, the school announced Friday. NCAA initial eligibility review has determined that freshman F Omari Spellman will not be eligible to compete for Villanova this season. — Nicole Auerbach
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
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
Once he adds some muscle to his frame — look out below! The Nueman Goretti star got busy during the Nike EYBL and the Pangos All-American Camp — as “Da Da” showed the bounce and athletic ability that could make him the next Brice Johnson. Peep the video from Courtside Films.
Quade Green said he wanted to make a statement this summer, and the Neuman Goretti star did just that — going from Four Star to Five Star — while ensuring his legacy as one of the top point guards in the city and the nation. A 5-foot-11, 155-pound Senior General — Green is ranked as
Wayns put on this summer during The Tournament, and now he has a new deal. The point guard spent last season in Serie A with Varese averaging 10.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game.