Baylor National Champs

Draft Stock Talk, Post the Final Four

April 10, 2021 R. 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 R. 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 the first round and six in the second, which equates to exactly one third of [ . . . ]

Corey Kispert

2020-21 College Basketball Preview

November 24, 2020 R. 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 been plagued by COVID postponements and cancellations, and some wonder if many overseas leagues will [ . . . ]

Ashton Hagans

College Basketball Preview 2019-20

November 4, 2019 R. C. Harris 0

The 2019-20 college basketball season will begin with a bang on Tuesday (November 5), as the top four teams in the preseason AP Poll will be featured in the Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden.  The first matchup will be the No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks vs. the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils, followed by the top-ranked Michigan State Spartans vs. the second-ranked Kentucky Wildcats.  Unlike [ . . . ]

Ja Morant (#12)

March Madness Cheat Sheet

March 19, 2019 Brendan O'Sullivan 0

For many sports fans, March signifies the beginning of an unpredictable postseason of college hoops. Hours of research will be spent on what team to pick only to result in a busted bracket and loss of money. That’s where we step in. Richard Harris and I have taken the liberty of divvying up the teams into four groups: High seeds (1-4) that will make an [ . . . ]

Over the next few weeks, Iowa State will get back four key players from last season, including star point guard Lindell Wigginton (#5). (Photo courtesy of Iowa State Athletics)

Keep an Eye on these Teams

November 29, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Richard Harris discusses Hoops Prospects’ rankings of the top 50 NCAA teams based on pro potential, and he details a number of sleeper teams that could surprise during March Madness.