The nation's number one recruit, James Wiseman, is benched for a total of 12 games and must pay $11,500 to a charity of his choice, after the NCAA ruled him ineligible to play for the University of Memphis.
A third-party assessment of the University of Memphis women’s basketball program details division among the staff and players, and a rift between the program as a whole and its overseeing athletic department.
You’ve seen their highlights and you may have read about their accomplishments, but now you can actually hear from the players who make up the Memphis Tigers men’s basketball recruiting class that’s ranked number one in the nation.
Trendon Watford, a 5-star forward, just played in Memphis at the Jack Jones Shootout last Week. He was supposed to announce his college choice this Saturday at the Jordan Brand Classic, but now has postponed it indefinitely.