There are several players representing blue-blood programs, but it was a couple players outside of the top-ranked prospects who impressed scouts the most.
The Cowboys chose to let Elliott see his market firsthand, and even as they insist a reunion is plausible, it's more likely they'll go with a younger, fresher and cheaper player.
"He plays the right way and has a 3-point game that translates," one NBA scout told Yahoo Sports. "With all the scrutiny he faces, he seems like a good kid and someone players like playing with."
The weirdest Final Four in recent memory will feature no former McDonald's All-Americans and only a few potential draft picks.
Clark and Boston will meet in the Final Four this weekend.
Fans at Yankee Stadium got their money's worth early Thursday.
Umpire Reggie Drummer apologized for his "lack of judgment" when calling a strike to end the game between Mississippi Valley State and New Orleans earlier this month.
After making its first Final Four in school history, the time is right for San Diego State to get poached by a major conference.
Eight Cy Young award winners are taking the mound on Opening Day.
Jackson reportedly had an interest in the Patriots, but one ex-player thinks he shouldn't.
It’s so easy to put the Dallas Mavericks’ struggles on Kyrie Irving. Irresistible, even.
The Yankees have a problem, but it's also a humblebrag.
Calais Campbell had interest from a number of teams, including the Lions, Bills and Ravens. Instead, he chose the Falcons.
The last time the Jets made the playoffs, Oprah was still on network television.
Why would the Falcons not pursue Lamar Jackson?
The Eagles will bring back an iconic look in 2023.
Saturday's Der Klassiker took on added meaning this week when Bayern flipped the script and handed the team over to Thomas Tuchel after suddenly sacking managerial wunderkind Julian Nagelsmann.
Fantasy baseball analyst Dalton Del Don identifies key pitchers who could end up being a bane to your squads.
More and more teams are employing the Rays' approach of developing unhittable stuff and throwing it in the strike zone.
What now for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens? Three agents take you inside the potential negotiations.