Get prepared for Angelo Brizzi’s college announcement on Monday, July 27th...
NOW, on to the weekend links...
Nova Notebook: Recalling a Great Villanova Teammate | Villanova University Athletics
Recalling a special Villanovan.
Saddiq Bey could be a steal at 2020 NBA Draft | Daily Knicks
If the New York Knicks miss out on the top prospects at the 2020 NBA Draft, Saddiq Bey could be a steal of a selection for Leon Rose.
Top 20 College Basketball Centers for the 2020-2021 Season: 10-1 | The Game Haus
The top centers in the country for 2020-2021 college basketball season with their evaluations players and skillset. JRE comes in at #8.
Super boys hoops prospect Angelo Brizzi has accelerated his timetable, may pick Villanova | Faquier Times
Highland scoring point guard says he'll announce late Monday afternoon
Boys Basketball All-Decade Team | Bucks County Courier Times
It’s been a memorable 10 years, which has included district championships, state titles from Conwell-Egan and Archbishop Wood and a lot of other memorable playoff runs along the way.But what’s been even more remarkable is the string of players that have come along over the past decade as well, including guys that have gone on to stellar careers at Division I, II and III colleges and even the NBA.It wasn’t easy pairing down to 10, but here are the Top 10 boys basketball players
Villanova basketball receives commitment from Germantown Academy guard Jordan Longino | Philadelphia Inquirer
The 6-foot-5 Longino is the third four-star recruit to commit to the Wildcats' freshman class of 2021-22. He averaged 22.4 points last season for Germantown Academy.
Congratulations to Andrew Marston, Logan Wetzel, Nick Steele and Haftu Strintzos on being named to the @USTFCCCA All-Academic Team!— Villanova Athletics (@NovaAthletics) July 24, 2020
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College football’s travel problem is growing as fast as states’ restricted lists | The Athletic (Sub Req’d)
State-by-state travel orders are putting some programs in a jam between what their conferences want to do and what their states will allow.