Liberty defensive back Octavian Bell solidified his future by signing a national letter of intent to play for UNLV, becoming the fourth Patriots senior to sign a Division I football scholarship this year.
Arbor View four-star defensive end Elijah Wade will sign a national letter of intent Wednesday — aka national signing day — to play for UCLA.
Cimarron-Memorial senior forward Brian Washington is one of the top uncommitted players in Las Vegas and is receiving interest from multiple Division I programs.
Isaiah Cottrell, a 6-foot-9-inch sophomore, is the latest elite prospect to man the middle for the top-ranked Gaels. He already has 19 scholarship offers and is the No. 30 prospect in his class, per Rivals.com.
Shadow Ridge senior running back Aubrey Nellems was bypassed by FBS programs concerned about his religious beliefs, but he signed a letter of intent to play at Southern Utah, where he will play linebacker.
Bishop Gorman is throwing the sixth annual Tarkanian Classic, a premier high school basketball tournament featuring teams from 11 states.
Bishop Gorman senior Derek Ng is the No. 7 overall kicker in the country, and is waiting for the right opportunity to play at the Division-I level.
Liberty senior quarterback Kenyon Oblad, the state’s leader in career passing yards, announced his commitment to UNLV on Sunday morning.
Coronado’s Jaden Hardy is one of the top ninth-garders in the country, and holds scholarship offers from several major collegiate basketball programs, including UNLV, where his older brother, Amauri, is a freshman point guard.
Pahranagat Valley senior Culen Highbe is the school’s star athlete — a dynamic tight end on the football field and a do-it-all forward on the basketball court.