Bishop Gorman senior guard Rashad Muhammad made an oral commitment to play basketball at San Jose State after visiting the school last weekend.
Muhammad is expected to sign his national letter of intent with the Spartans this week.
Not every member of the Muhammad family is ready to make a decision about his basketball future.
Tyrell Crosby figured he would hear from college recruiters this spring. The Green Valley offensive lineman just didn’t expect it to be this busy.
Devonte Boyd hardly said a word.
Back in his native Louisiana, Boyd could chat up just about anyone. But he didn’t know whether the students at Basic would welcome him. Or make fun of his accent.
Those hoping to take a trip to scenic Winnemucca for this year’s state wrestling tournament need to make a change of plans.
Basic football coach Jeff Cahill confirmed Thursday that standout wide receiver Devonte Boyd had orally committed to UNLV.
“He gave a verbal to them today,” Cahill said.
Desert Pines senior Julian Jacobs always had thought about playing basketball at Southern California.
When the Trojans made him a scholarship offer, he almost couldn’t believe it.
The signs arrived early that Christian Wood had a future playing basketball.
UNLV’s incoming physical specimen has stood out in a crowd since an early age.
Findlay Prep senior Benas Griciunas made an oral commitment to Auburn on Monday. The 7-foot center from Lithuania announced his commitment via Twitter.
As a sophomore, Greg Benson seems to have a bright future in Faith Lutheran’s football program.
The 6-foot-2-inch quarterback has been pretty good in the present, too.
Sir Washington already had an idea he wanted to commit to play college basketball at Eastern Washington.
Clark’s senior shooting guard had no doubt after taking an official recruiting visit to the Cheney, Wash., campus last weekend.
Not many high school athletes can play multiple positions in basketball, then transform into a state champion sprinter in the spring.