National Signing Day: The Biggest NCAA Men's Basketball Commitments

National Signing Day: The Biggest NCAA Men's Basketball Commitments

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National Signing Day: The Biggest NCAA Men's Basketball Commitments


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The recruiting process is officially over for some of the top NCAA men’s basketball recruits. Yesterday, November 13, was National Signing Day for D1 basketball and all other sports besides football, kicking off the signing period for 2020-2021 enrollment. Athletes took to social media to announce and celebrate their college commitments. While the majority of this recruiting class made their school selection on the first day of the signing period, eight top 25 ranked basketball recruits are waiting to make their commitment.

Here’s a look at who signed with some of the best Division I men’s basketball programs in the NCAA on National Signing Day.


Duke welcomed six five-star athletes to The Brotherhood: wing Jalen Johnson (No. 4), guard Jeremy Roach (No. 22), DJ Steward (No. 25), forward Jaemyn Brakefield (No. 29), center Mark Williams (No. 30) and forward Henry Coleman (No. 41).

North Carolina

The Tar Heels successfully signed three top 25 recruits: center Day’Ron Sharpe (No. 18), center Walker Kessler (No. 20) and point guard Caleb Love (No. 21).

Texas Tech

The Red Raiders locked down their first-ever five-star guard in Nimari Burnett, along with Micah Peavy and Chibuzo Agbo.

Oklahoma State

The recruiting class of 2020’s No. 1 composite ranked ball player, Cade Cunningham (point guard), and guard Rondel Walker officially signed with the Cowboys.


Bryce Thompson will stay in the Midwest, playing for the Jayhawks as the team’s first five-star recruit since 2018.


The Volunteer’s class of 2020 will include five-stars players Jaden Springer and Keon Johnson, and a four-star player Corey Walker Jr.


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