NBA draft decisions that will shape college basketball in 2022-23

Next week’s G League Elite Camp and NBA scouting combine provide a huge opportunity for players to prove themselves in front of NBA decision-makers. In turn, it’s a critical week for college basketball programs their star players will be coming back for another season before turning pro. Some players testing the draft waters have maintained … Read more

I sold my eggs to pay off my student debt because I had no other option

She’s putting all her eggs in one basket – and paying off her loans. New Yorker Kassandra Jones sold her frozen eggs for $ 50,000, so she could put the cash towards her $ 167,000 mountain of student debt. The 28-year-old told The Post she underwent five rounds of egg donations in a last-ditch effort … Read more

Arch Manning Confirms Top Schools, Official Visits as National QB Dominoes Fall

Monday was a rarity in the college football recruiting world – Arch Manning went on the record. Various media outlets were on hand for New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman’s first spring football practice, including plenty of college coaches including a pair of Alabama assistants, and the 2023 quarterback recruiting of the prized class. Sports Illustrated … Read more

How Arch Manning’s recruitment has been handled by dad Cooper

As a high school phenom nearly 30 years ago, Peyton Manning adored the recruiting process so much that he was still talking to dozens of college coaches every week during his senior season. He would lay across the foot of his bed at 10 o’clock every night and review with his father Archie all the … Read more

New on NIL: College leaders urge NCAA to enforce new guidelines

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Inside the Hyatt Regency at Gainey Ranch, the lavish resort on the outskirts of Phoenix, dozens of the most powerful people in college sports milled about, parading through the expansive lobby and basking in the sun on the terrace. But, most landed deep inside conference meeting rooms, searching for answers to what … Read more

New NCAA committee poised to turn college sports upside down

Imagine a college sports world where schools are able to offer every baseball player a full scholarship. Or if a football team’s on-field coaching staff could exceed 25 people. What if the transfer portal was open to players just three months out of the year? And what if the recruiting calendar featured no evaluation or … Read more