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Shareef O’Neal 100 Percent Committed To Arizona

Watch No. 24 Sr Shareef O’Neal Highlights (VIDEO)

In the wake of Arizona’s alleged involvement in the FBI’s college basketball bribery investigation, there has been rampant speculation that Wildcat commit and ESPN No. 24 high school senior Shareef O’Neal would be reopening his recruitment and possibly landing at Kentucky.   “There are rumors that [O’Neal] is likely to decommit from Arizona,” 247Sports’ Andrew Slater told in the fall.   “With [dad] Shaquille O’Neal’s previously stated affinity for Kentucky coach John Calipari there’s plenty of reason to believe Kentucky could be in the mix for Shareef O’Neal,” added USA Today’s Cam Smith.   But now O’Neal has shot down the rumors, stating he plans to stay put in the desert.   “I’m 100 percent still going to Arizona,” O’Neal told USA Today. “Nothing has happened, so I am still planning to go to Arizona next season. They’re family.”   The high-flying 6-9 forward, whose father is NBA great Shaquille O’Neal, averaged 14.1 points and 7.3 rebounds a game last season at Crossroads High School.   And playing on a loaded Cal Supreme Nike EYBL team alongside 7-2 center and No. 4 Sr Bol Bol, O’Neal averaged an impressive 15.1 points and 6.1 rebounds this summer.   According to Scout’s Josh Gershon, O’Neal has a very different game than his post-up center dad Shaq.   “[Shareef] O’Neal is an athletic four man with good size, length and athleticism who can score with his jumper or around the basket,” wrote Gershon. “His physical tools give him upside as a rebounder and defender.”     For more basketball news go to

Watch No. 15 Sr Brandon McCoy Highlights (VIDEO)

No 6 Jr Brandon McCoy Musician & Marine Biologist

ESPN No. 6 ranked high school junior Brandon McCoy is a musician on and off the court. Measuring in at 6-11 and 244-pounds, the…

Watch No. 50 Sr Chuma Okeke Highlights (VIDEO)

Auburn Gets No. 57 Jr Chuma Okeke

ESPN No. 57 ranked high school junior Chuma Okeke has committed to Auburn.


The 6-8 small forward averaged 22.7 points and 7.5 rebounds as a…

Watch No. 55 Sr Jordan Goodwin Highlights (VIDEO)

No. 53 Jr Jordan Goodwin Cuts College List To 7

ESPN No. 53 ranked high school junior Jordan Goodwin has narrowed his college list down to his final seven schools: Illinois, Missouri, Alabama, Butler,…

No. 15 Sr Trae Young will Pick College Mid -Winter

No. 21 Jr Trae Young Picks Top 6 Colleges

ESPN No. 21 ranked high school junior Trae Young has trimmed his college list down to six schools: Kentucky, Washington, Oklahoma, Kansas, Oklahoma State,…

4 UK Commits Named To Jordan Brand Classic

No. 8 Jr Nick Richards: A 6-11 Defensive Menace

ESPN No. 8 ranked high school junior Nick Richards rarely played basketball growing up. Born in Jamaica, Richards loved soccer, rugby, and track. Everything…

Xavier Gets No. 51 Jr Naji Marshall

Xavier Gets No. 51 Jr Naji Marshall’s No. 51 ranked high school junior Naji Marshall has committed to Xavier.


The 6-6 small forward averaged 18 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 assists…

Watch No. 26 Sr Jaylen Hands Highlights (VIDEO)

Hands’ 18 Lead Team Harden To Adidas Title

Team Harden beat Team Canada 123-96 at the Adidas Uprising Championship Monday at LA County’s Cerritos College, after a long weekend of preliminary games…

Brian Bowen Will Not Play For Louisville

Michigan St Heavily After No. 10 Jr Brian Bowen

ESPN No. 10 ranked high school junior Brian Bowen is known across the country as a great basketball player. But his teammates and coaches…

Watch No. 76 Sr Isaiah Livers Highlights (VIDEO)

Michigan Gets No. 69 Jr Isaiah Livers

ESPN No. 69 ranked high school junior Isaiah Livers has committed to Michigan.


The 6-7 forward averaged 14 points, 10.4 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks a…

Texas A&M Gets No. 47 Jr PF Isiah Jasey

Texas A&M Gets No. 47 Jr PF Isiah Jasey

247sports’ No. 47 ranked high school junior power forward Isiah Jasey has committed to Texas A&M.


The 6-9 Texas big man out of Sunrise Christian…

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