Trayce Jackson-Davis

Hoops Prospects 2022-23 College Awards

April 8, 2023 Richard C. Harris 0

In the latest episode of the Hoops Prospects Podcast (S2-E27), the HPP crew wraps up the college basketball season and hands out their awards for the 2022-23 season.  Drew Barton, Ayad Bunni, Jake Copestick, and myself voted for an All-American Team, a Coach of the Year, and a Player of [ . . . ]

NCAA Bracket Tips & Predictions

March 15, 2023 Richard C. Harris 0

Need some last-minute help with your bracket?  Hoops Prospects has you covered.  In this article, you’ll find our staff predictions, sleeper picks, the most likely upsets, key team stats, a tourney cheat sheet, and a list of players to watch.   On Tuesday, March 14, the Hoops Prospects Podcast (HPP) crew [ . . . ]

Armando Bacot

2022-23 College Basketball Preview

November 7, 2022 Maverick Swenson 0

The 2022-23 college basketball season tips off on Monday, November 7, though you’ll have to wait a few days for the first big clash (Gonzaga vs. Michigan State on November 11).  Below is Hoops Prospects’ preseason top 60 teams for the upcoming season, with brief descriptions for the top 25. [ . . . ]

Hoops Prospects

March Madness Picks

March 15, 2022 Richard C. Harris 0

Need help with your bracket?  Listen to the latest HPP episode, as our staff goes through the entire 2022 men’s bracket, making all 67 picks, culminating with the eventual champion.  Co-hosts Eric Kerr, TJ Brown, and Rich Harris are joined by Tyler Hagedorn of the Maine Celtics (from the Detroit [ . . . ]

Baylor National Champs

Draft Stock Talk, Post the Final Four

April 10, 2021 Richard C. Harris 0

This week, Nathan Grubel of DraftDeeper.com and I sat down to wrap up the Final Four and discuss the draft stock of some prospects who played in the NCAA Tournament, including Baylor’s outstanding trio of guards, Jalen Suggs, Cade Cunningham, Jaime Jaquez, Johnny Juzang, and Max Abmas.

2021 March Madness Bracket

The Analytics of the Madness

March 27, 2021 Richard C. Harris 0

The 2021 NCAA Tournament may turn out to be the craziest ever.  According to the NCAA, the first two rounds featured a record number of upsets (12), based on the organization’s definition of being at least five seeds apart.  In all, 16 lower seeds defeated higher seeds — 10 in [ . . . ]

Corey Kispert

2020-21 College Basketball Preview

November 24, 2020 Richard C. Harris 0

The 2020-21 college basketball season tips off on Wednesday (November 25), but many are refraining from getting their hopes up because of COVID.  As of now, at least 19 first-day games have either been canceled or postponed, and it’s difficult to imagine the situation improving anytime soon.  International basketball has [ . . . ]