Huuuuuuuump Daaaaaaaaay! Starting at midnight, college coaches were allowed to put in a phone call to 2018 recruits. Not that I'm advocating for Jay to call at that hour - goodness I hope he has better things to do, like sleep - but today should give us a better window into who the 'Cats are after.
So far, we've seen four offers extend in for the class of 2018 - PF Naz Reid, PG Jahvon Quinerly, SF Cameron Reddish, and PF Jalen Smith. That list should grow soon now that the coaches can be in direct contact.
And now, the "news."
NBPA Top 100 Camp Roster | ZagsBlog
After an impressive showing at Pangos, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree is back in action at UVA this week for another elite camp. Other targets include Brandon Randolph, Justin Smith and David McCormack.
La Salle to play Villanova at the Palestra in the 2016-17 season | A-10 Talk
It was reported by CBS Sports on Tuesday that La Salle would play Villanova at the Palestra in the 2016-17 non-conference season.
Projected FCS Playoff Qualifiers for 2016 | Athlon Sports
In Andy Talley's final season, FCS guru Craig Haley thinks the Wildcats will return to the playoffs.
Incoming CAA commissioner Joe D'Antonio will add football position | Richmond Times-Dispatch
D’Antonio, whose hiring was announced March 9, is living in an apartment in the Short Pump area, with his family still in New York. He recently addressed some CAA topics and revealed that the league will create a new position: associate commissioner for football.
With Kris Dunn's help, PC draws most fans in nearly two decades | providencejournal.com
Providence College basketball enjoyed one of the more sizable bumps in attendance in the country this past season. Thanks in large part to the presence of All-American guard Kris Dunn, the Friars were a strong draw at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center for virtually all of their 17 home games. PC drew 164,954 fans, or an average of 9,703 this season. That’s more total fans than in any season in the last 19 years and the best average in 12 seasons.
DePaul president resigns after controversy over gay conservative firebrand's speech | Fox News
DePaul University’s president has resigned, despite a contract extending through 2016, in the wake of campus unrest following a May speech from firebrand gay conservative Milo Yiannopoulos.
Kentucky player arrested for public intoxication | NBC Sports
Kentucky forward Derek Willis was arrested on Saturday for public intoxication, according to the Boone County Jail. Willis was released on $50 bond, according to the jail's website. No further information regarding the arrest was available.
How Bala Cynwyd cybersecurity firm monitors threats for businesses, schools | Philly.com
A longtime Villanova professor accused of accessing child pornography on a campus computer in March had someone looking over his shoulder: a security firm that the university had hired to monitor its computer network.