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Villanova Basketball’s Burger Boys Are Ballin’ Tonight!

Bryan Antoine and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl will put their talents on display in tonight’s High School All-Star Game.

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Happy Wednesday Nova Nation! While Villanova’s season may be over, that doesn’t mean there aren’t games to watch. Tonight that’s especially true as the McDonald’s All-American Game will tip-off tonight at 7PM EST. While Villanova fans are used to rooting for the Big East, tonight we’ll be fans of Team West which will feature star recruits Bryan Antoine and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl.

Bryan Antoine is the #2 Shooting Guard and #14 Overall Recruit in the class of 2019, per 247 Sports. He started the week as runner up in the events 3-Point Shooting Contest, and now focuses on tonight’s main event. There’s been a lot of buzz around Antoine looking very impressive in the first few days of practices, and we could be in for quite the show from him when the lights are their brightest.

Villanova’s other participant in tonight’s game will be Jeremiah Robinson-Earl. He’s the #3 Power Forward and #15 Overall recruit in the Class of 2019, per 247 Sports. Robinson-Earl could be the centerpiece of what will be an exceptionally athletic and deep front court for the Wildcats next season. But it won’t just be his basketball moves that Villanova fans will fall in love with.

The game tips off at 7:00 PM EST, following the women’s game.

In other “news”, Villanova players are drawing the eyes of NFL teams, Donte DiVincenzo suffers season ending injury, and a fond farewell to Tim Delaney. Enjoy!

Villanova Basketball

Villanova announces Tim Delaney will transfer to Adelphi, join his brother there | The Inquirer
Delaney, a 6-foot-9 forward, was hampered by hip injuries his first two seasons and wound up playing in just 37 games. He will use his final year of eligibility as a graduate transfer for a chance to play with his younger brother, Andrew, at Adelphi.

Women's Basketball Ends Season with Brief NIT Run |
Despite not making it to the Women’s NCAA Tournament, Villanova earned a bid to the WNIT. This past Friday, the Wildcats squared off with the Old Dominion Big Blue in

Door Closes on the Careers of Two Villanova Legends |
There were visible tears in Eric Paschall’s eyes as he walked off the court. Phil Booth looked stunned, as if the reality of the situation had still not set in.

McDonald’s All-American Game

Villanova commit Bryan Antoine: 'We're going to be something special to watch' | Zagsblog
After their attempt to repeat as national champions was thwarted on Saturday, the Villanova Wildcats are ready to re-load with a four-man recruiting class that includes McDonald’s All-Americans Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Bryan Antoine.

McDonald's All-American Game superlatives | 247 Sports
We broke down players at the McDonald's All-American Game, slotting them into categories that show off their terrific skills.

10 things to watch at the 2019 McDonald's All-American Game | MaxPreps
MaxPreps News - Annual showcase doesn't lack for intrigue as the top prospects take flight Wednesday in Atlanta.

What (and who) to watch for: McDonalds All-American Game | 247
KU basketball is in on a pair of 5-star talents.

McDonald’s All American Game: Cole Anthony getting closer to decision | USA Today HSS
Chosen 25 point guard Cole Anthony breaks down his top five schools and gives a timeline on when he'll decide.

Meet the 2019 McDonald’s All-Americans, where no one can agree on the No. 1 recruit |
These are the future stars of college basketball you need to know.

Bryan Antoine of Ranney is the Boys Basketball Player of the Year -
When describing just how important senior guard Bryan Antoine was to Ranney’s boys basketball team, head coach Tahj Holden didn’t point to the countless accolades or highlight-reel dunks.

NBA Wildcats

Sources: Bucks' DiVincenzo (foot) out for season | ESPN
The injuries keep piling up for the NBA's best regular season team, as Milwaukee Bucks guard Donte DiVincenzo has been shut down for the rest of the season with a right foot injury.

NFL Wildcats

Houston Texans: What the team likely won't be doing with Brandon Hitner | House of Houston
The Houston Texans worked out offensive tackle Brandon Hitner over the weekend. What's going on and why? Here's what they won't be doing with him.

New York Giants invite Villanova DB Rob Rolle to local Pro Day | Giants Wire
The New York Giants have invited Villanova defensive back Rob Rolle to their local Pro Day on April 6.

NFL Draft 2019: Lifelong Eagles fan Brandon Hitner lights up Villanova’s pro day workout |
Villanova offensive tackle Brandon Hitner put on an impressive athletic display at Monday's pro day.

NFL Draft 2019: N.J.’s Rob Rolle patterns game after Tyrann Mathieu, will work out for Giants and Eagles | Meet physical Villanova DB |
Villanova's Rob Rolle will work out for the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles at the teams' local pro days.

Los Angeles Chargers meet with Villanova OTs Ethan Greenidge, Brandon Hitner | Bolts From The Blue
The Chargers look to be doing their due diligence in trying to add some depth at the offensive tackle position without having to spend multiple high picks on them.

Big 5

Fran Dunphy leads Big 5 Hall of Fame induction class | The Inquirer
The induction ceremony will be April 15 at the Palestra.

Sixers assistant Billy Lange to interview for St. Joe’s head-coaching job | The Inquirer
Lange would give the Hawks a coach with NBA and college experience.

College Basketball and March Madness

March Madness 2019: Sweet 16 looks like the best one ever on paper |
The only thing good about having no true first weekend Cinderella? You get a Sweet 16 that on paper looks like it might be the best ever.

Nebraska fires Tim Miles | NBC Sports
This was the inevitable outcome.

Ranking the 64 Best Player Names in the 2019 NCAA Tournament | Fanbuzz
From UCF's Tacko Fall to Wofford's Fletcher Magee, these are the 64 best player names in the 2019 NCAA Tournament.

A college hoops fan's guide to golf's March Madness | Fansided
This piece compares NCAA March Madness schools to PGA golfers as the tour begins its own bracket challenge at the Dell Match Play this week.