The 6-foot-9 wing in the 2019 class announced Tuesday on Twitter his finalists are Creighton, Hawaii, Oregon, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech.
- Sautter: Johnson-Brock standout Ty Hahn may be receiving some Power Five offers soon
- Sautter: Elkhorn South's Teddy Prochazka among standouts from Nebraska's Pipeline Camp
- Sautter: Local standouts from Nebraska's Friday Night Lights camp
- Sautter: Standout performers and observations from UNO's elite basketball camp
- Papio South's Lök Wur gets offer from Creighton, but is taking recruitment 'one day at a time'
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter was at UNO's annual elite camp on Friday afternoon at the Sapp Fieldhouse. Here are some observations from the event.
Lök Wur could be the next Omaha-area basketball player to star at Creighton. After he made an unofficial visit to Creighton on Thursday, the Jays offered the class of 2019 6-foot-9 wing from Papillion-La Vista South.
York's Brady Danielson was sure of his decision to sign to play basketball for Division II Northern State. But that changed when Northern's head coach of nine years, Paul Sather, accepted the same position at North Dakota in late May.
The seventh year of the Riverside Top Ten kicked off Tuesday in Cedar Rapids, Neb. Class D-1 state champions Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family was the winner.
Over the last three days, former Papillion-La Vista South forward Lök Wur has received 11 scholarship offers from Division I programs.
Friday was the first day of the 2019 Sarpy County Shootout. The 15-team, two-day tournament has teams from Omaha, Lincoln and Western Iowa. Here are World-Herald correspondent Josh Krause's standouts from the day.
Bret Porter became the third walk-on in Nebraska's 2019 recruiting class.
The group of Nebraskan's selected for the June 21-23 Midwest Showcase at North Liberty High School outside of Kansas City is now official.
Each June the Bryan Shootout is the unofficial start the summer high school basketball season, and what makes the shootout unique is the bracket style format.
Each June the Bryan Shootout is the unofficial start the summer high school basketball season, and what makes the shootout unique is the bracket style format. Here are takeaways from the first day of the Bryan Shootout.
The spring AAU basketball season officially came to close last week. Players are now back with their high school teams for the month of June.
The second day of the Midwest Basketball Showcase tipped off on Saturday morning at the CHI Health Convention Center. The three-day tournament features 274 teams from Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas. Here are standouts players from Saturday.
The Midwest Basketball Showcase was held at the CHI Health Convention Center in Downtown Omaha this weekend. The three-day tournament features 274 teams from Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas. Here are results from the featured games on Sunday.
The Midwest Basketball Showcase tipped off on Friday night at the CHI Health Convention Center. The three-day tournament features 274 teams from Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas.
The three-day tournament features 274 teams from Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas.
Heiman, a Platteview graduate, left the Husker program after one season. He was one of several players told not to return by new coach Fred Hoiberg.
After graduating from Winnebago, Wingett spent a postgrad season at Bull City Prep in Durham, North Carolina, before landing at Memphis.
After Hoiberg was hired by Nebraska, there was some uncertainty with where Hepburn's offer stood. But that concern has been alleviated.
Booth — No. 2 in the NebHSRecruiting rankings for the 2020 class — was named second-team All-Class A after averaging 19.1 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game during his junior season.
Jadin Booth announced his commitment to his hometown team, UNO, on Wednesday afternoon. Here is what the Mavericks are getting in the Omaha Westside standout.
World-Herald prep recruiting correspondent Josh Krause was at Union Bank & Trust Sports Complex Saturday for the second weekend of the Sanford Pentagon Tournament Series.
Hastings junior Connor Creech comes from a basketball family. With that pedigree, it's not surprising the 6-foot-4, 175-pound point guard's recruitment has taken off in recent months.
Get the latest Nebraska high school sports news in this episode of the Nebraska Prep Zone Report.
World-Herald prep recruiting specialist Mike Sautter and The World-Herald's Jake Anderson discussed the latest Nebraska high school sports news in the latest episode of the Nebraska Prep Zone Report.
Lincoln Pius X senior Charlie Easley has committed as a preferred walk-on to Nebraska. The 6-foot-2, 190 pound guard announced his decision Sunday on Twitter.