Sunday, May 30, 2010

News On The Horizon 5/30/2010

Hayward undervalued on NBA mock drafts--The Sporting News
The NBA story of Hayward, Butler's NCAA hero, just
Television show on Stevens--The Indy Star
Second look at Butler?--The Indy Star

Nationally ranked point guard Trey Burke III, who looked at Butler before committing to Penn State, has re-opened the process, his father told the Patriot-News of central Pennsylvania.

"Butler just e-mailed me and said they would love to get him back down there," his father, Alfonso "Benji" Burke, told the newspaper.

Burke is a 6-1 senior-to-be at Columbus (Ohio) Northland High School. He is ranked No. 117 by Cincinnati, Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Arizona and Wake Forest also are interested.

Butler’s Brad Stevens Featured On Fox Sports

Ten freshmen who must contribute right

Detroit: G Ray McCallum. As with Zeigler, McCallum is a touted recruit who decided to stay home and play for his dad at a mid-major school. McCallum is a four-star recruit from Detroit Country Day who is the No. 43 player in the class nationally. Ray Sr. was an accomplished college point guard at Ball State, and the younger McCallum has a chance to do the same with the Titans. He is the most touted player to sign with a Horizon League school in a long time, maybe ever, as he was higher-ranked coming out of high school than former Butler star Gordon Hayward. His presence should boost Detroit's offense and put them in the mix for a second-place finish in the league behind Butler.

Men's Basketball Releases Elite Camp

Adam DeMong Promoted To Assistant Men's Basketball Coach At

Women's basketball: UWGB's Golden sustains another knee injury--Green Bay Press Gazette

Haarsma, Allen on board as '10-'11 season and foreseeable future begin to shape up nicely--Milwaukee Panther Tracks

Class Of 2011 Lockport Star Karrington Ward Of The Illinois T-Wolves Is Enjoying A Strong Spring, And Seeing His Recruiting Stock Continue To
Beas Hamga makes his choice--Region Sports Extra
Valparaiso to play at Kansas--Region Sports Extra

WSU employee Grant out of hospital--Dayton Daily News
Butler coach Stevens looking forward to facing Donlon--Mark Katz's Blog

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