Kevin Knox II has always been a basketball player, and as he awaits the biggest basketball decision of his career, he has become a blogger, too.
Moving before his senior season may not have been Michael Porter Jr.'s first wish, but what happened in Seattle was a dream come true.
Jarred Vanderbilt rests on the support of his faith, family and even a friendship with an NBA All-Star.
Maybe it is better to discuss what Wendell Carter Jr. is not good at, because the 6-foot-9, 255-pounder from Atlanta can really do it all.
The 12-member World Select Team for the 2017 Nike Hoop Summit will feature many of the world’s leading basketball players age 19 years old or younger.
Quade Green may miss the Philly cheesesteaks and his local hoagie spot when he moves from his hometown of Philadelphia, but he is eager to represent in a big way.
Gary Trent Jr. inherited a winner's mentality, and he has taken it to California in preparation for the next level.
Jaren Jackson Jr. has shoulders as wide as a pickup truck and enough length to resemble a young Chris Bosh or Anthony Davis, but it's his own personal flair that will grab your attention.
Collin Sexton is not your regular high school basketball player. Between his work ethic, lack of social media and gameday workouts, there is a lot that sets him apart from the average player, and that is just the way he likes it.
The U.S. roster for the 2017 Nike Hoop Summit features 11 players who have won at least one gold medal in international competition.