Previewing the Pac-12


The Pac 12 had the most successful Spring of any conference last basketball season. As a whole they got four teams into the tournament, three into the Sweet 16, two into the Elite 8 and one into the Final Four. And let’s not brush over USC’s upset over fan favorite SMU team. Following the Madness, the conference then saw two of its players go #1 and #2 in the 2017 NBA Draft. The trend of success should continue, as more highly touted prospects join the conference for the 2017-18 season. Let’s take a look at some early pre-season predictions. It should be noted that this does not include the potential transfer of Marvin Bagley, the top player in the Class of 2018 that several Pac 12 teams are in the running for.

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St. Benedict’s Tyler Ennis Receives Offers from Iowa St, Santa Clara, & Oregon St.

Tyler Ennis recently competed at the Hoop Group High School Summer Showcase at Hoop Group Headquarters. Ennis and St. Benedict’s won the championship over Teaneck highschool. Ennis spoke with Dave Krupinski from Hoop Group to talk about his spring AAU season, playing high school basketball in the United States, and an update on his recruiting process.