Thursday Roundup Starts With Heartbreaking News from College Basketball

It was another day of news around college basketball transfers, but then that took a back seat to the reality that Kentucky freshman Terrence Clark died in a car accident in Los Angeles a day after signing with Klutch Sports. Our heartfelt sympathy to the Clark family and BBN. Clark missed most of the season with an injury, but was the Wildcats biggest cheerleader on the sideline, and battled back to contribute in the SEC Tournament. He had the talent to play in the NBA and was on the precipice of achieving his life-long dream. Just tragic!


Mac McClung took himself out of the portal, announcing that if he plays college basketball it will be in Lubbock as a Texas Red Raider.


Penny Hardaway got a double commitment from a pair of brothers that have connections to Hardaway and the city of Memphis.


UTEP two-time all-conference player has a long list of suitors after entering the portal.

Penn State might be losing Izaiah Brockington after all. He re-entered the portal Thursday.


There might be an early leader for Vanderbilt’s Dylan Disu and it is near his hometown in Texas!


Cincinnati’s Wes Miller Bringing One of His Former Players With Him from UNCG