Pat Summitt led Tennessee to 1,098 wins, the most in Division 1 college basketball history, men or women.
LeBron James Jr., who is just 11 years old, has standing scholarship offers from both Duke and Kentucky, according to a source.
Jamal Murray is one of 60 collegiate early entry candidates for the 2016 NBA Draft.
Terrance Ferguson is a top-20 player in the incoming class of 2016.
Jarrett Allen is considered the third ranked center in the incoming class of 2016 and 15th overall.
Kris Jenkins, Caleb Swanigan and Malik Pope are amongst three of 57 players to withdraw from the draft.
Isaiah Briscoe likely would have been a late second rounder or gone undrafted.
Marques Bolden is the second ranked center in the class.
Kennedy Meeks slimmed down from being close to 300 pounds when he arrived on campus to playing at around 260 pounds last season as a junior.
Since the NBA instituted the current age limit, experienced college players and high school superstars have been replaced atop the draft with one-and-done supernovas. This year's different with Buddy Hield, Kris Dunn, Denzel Valentine and others.