Danny Clark committed to play football at Ohio State in December 2013, when he was a high school freshman from Akron. “I truly felt I was born to play for the Buckeyes,” Clark said in a statement on Tuesday. Maybe it was Ohio State recruiting higher-touted quarterback prospects over him.
UNC-Asheville has gotten into the trick shot game. The basketball program’s official Twitter account posted this video of guard Kevin Vannatta nailing a shot from the balcony of Kimmel Arena. Check out @KsquidV! Is it too late to make the 6:
Scout.com on Monday released its latest team recruiting rankings for the Class of 2017 and Duke, Kentucky and Kansas were nowhere to be found. It's a bit jarring for those of us following college basketball recruiting to see a Top 25 list without all three of those bluebloods anywhere to be seen. After all, Kentucky and Duke have been 1-2 (in differing orders) in the Scout rankings for eight straight years, and Kansas is usually near the top, too. Without them, Bruce Pearl and Auburn ranks No. 1 with their three-member class of Austin Wiley, Davion Mitchell and Chuma Okeke, followed by Washington, Arizona, Illinois and Western Kentucky, where Rick Stansbury has made national headlines with a class that includes Mitchell Robinson and Josh Anderson.