Tag Archives: Washington State

Emptying the notepad from the UA College View Showcase

18 Jul

Class of 2014 guard Kamreon Chatman picked up an important offer last week.

SALEM, OR – I spent an evening at the Oregon Under Armour College View Showcase last week to sneak a peek at some prospects from the Pacific Northwest. There were a handful of players that jumped out. Continue reading

Just a Minute: July 8

8 Jul

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

Day two of the July evaluation period is in the books and the under the radar guys are emerging, the head coaches are in Akron, a power broker pulls a bold move and one hard-working assistant coach was given a not-so-nice gift for a July birthday present. Continue reading

Inside the Pac-12: June 27

27 Jun

By Brantley Watson
National Hoops Report

This past week, the newly-aligned Pac-12 Conference saw six of its perennial stars from last season selected in the 2011 NBA Draft from five different Pac-12 universities: UCLA, USC, Arizona, Washington and Washington State.

Which teams will be affected the most? How will these schools replace those that were drafted? Continue reading

Catching up with Landon Lucas

14 Jun

Landon Lucas has a number of scholarship offers from high-major schools.

By Brian Flinn
National Hoops Report

Landen Lucas is one of the top post players in the class of 2012 and the major programs are taking notice.

Lucas is a bit of a throwback center in the fact that he loves to bang down low and has a wide array of post moves. The rising senior from Findlay Prep (Nev.) is a physical big who can block shots and has a high basketball I.Q. as well.

Perhaps that is why he’s being recruited by a number of schools. The National Hoops Report caught up with the 6-foot-8 forward from Portland, Oregon. Continue reading

Domingo emerging in 2013

9 Jun

By Justin Young
National Hoops Report

With the July evaluation period right around the corner, the recruiting pinball machine that Stephen Domingo is currently sitting in is almost at the tightest point in the spring.

Things have been churning up just like the tension in a pinball plunger for the 6-foot-6 and a half junior wing from St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco.

The junior from the Bay Area is ready to be sprung out into the world of college recruiters, who are eager to see him for themselves. Continue reading

Season highlights: Washington State

27 Apr