Duquesne's Ron Everhart to interview at Penn State - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
In case you hadn't heard, Duquesne coach Ron Everhart will interview today for the Nittany Lions vacancy created when Ed DeChellis took the coaching job at Navy.
Sources: Penn St. Nittany Lions to interview Duquesne's Ron Everhart - ESPN
According to the World Wide Leader, Everhart might not be the only interview today. Boston's Pat Chambers and Milwaukee's Rob Jeter - both considered viable candidates - could sit down for discussions today as well.
ksl.com - Emery Ready for Jazz Workout, "Leaning Towards" Europe; Jimmer Preps for the Pacers
The Jimmer isn't the only BYU player getting a chance to show his stuff to NBA teams. Jackson Emery will get the opportunity to workout for at least one pro team as he begins his journey to a pro career.
Malcolm Thomas Aims To Outplay Everyone - Hoopsworld
Susan Bible checks in with a nice feature on the San Diego State big man and his rising stock in the draft game.
SLAM ONLINE | " Mock: Kawhi Leonard, No. 8
SLAM's annual mock draft is rolling right along and Quinn Peterson selection for the Pistons takes the San Diego State star.
Pike junior guard R.J. Hunter commits to Georgia State | The Indianapolis Star
In what is becoming a trend, another elite recruit opts to play for his father at the college level. R.J. will suit up for Ron in the CAA after considering Iowa, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
Kevin Ware to Louisville | ZagsBlog.com
The former Central Florida recruit has landed at another school - this time in the Big East. Will this be the program he finally sticks with?
Teams on the verge of ending NCAA Tournament droughts in 2012 - Sporting News
Mike DeCourcy examines a few teams that could be primed to end their NCAA Tournament droughts next season. Wichita State cracks the list.
Rush The Court >> RTC NBA Draft Profiles: Kawhi Leonard
The Aztecs star is the latest player to be broken down by the guys at Rush The Court.
Heels Add Gardner-Webb Transfer " Tar Heel Fan
Luke Davis is trading in his scholarship at Gardner-Webb for a chance to walk on in the ACC.