Last weekend, the NIKE EYBL circuit tipped off in Indianapolis with some of the best high school hoops talent in the country competing against each other. Here we highlight some of the recruits who Memphis is targeting for their 2020 class.
Monday afternoon, when Tiger fans were still unwinding from a vicious episode of Game of Thrones, the next domino fell and Boogie Ellis committed to to join the squad from the 901.
On Saturday, highly sought-after graduate transfer Rayjon Tucker announced via Twitter that he will transfer to the University of Memphis. Tucker played 2 years at Florida Gulf Coast University and competed last year at the University of Arkansas Little Rock.
The fans got their money’s worth with plenty of stoppage time. Unlike their prior match, Memphis was able to hang onto a 2-1 lead and earn their second franchise victory. Soccer columnist Casey breaks down each player’s performance and more.
Friday was a huge day for Memphis Tigers basketball recruiting. Multiple players were extended offers, one player entered the portal, and another high ranking recruit joined the class of 2019.
Report surfaces that 4-star guard and former Duke commit Boogie Ellis will visit Memphis.
Despite offensive brilliance (by 901 FC terms), the boys in blue failed to capitalize on a rainy May afternoon at AZP. However, the match did not lack for entertainment.
The Barn breaks down the most recent recruitment trends of four notable 2019 targets.
According to Adam Zagoria of ZagsBlog, 2019 4-star shooting guard Lester Quinones has narrowed down his college selection list to 2 schools. These schools are Memphis and Indiana.
As we enter the Spring open evaluation weekend, check out what former and maybe future Tigers are up to.