Word of God's John Wall, the nation's top undecided basketball player, has created a crescendo of expectations regarding where he will attend college.
The way John Wall is dominating play, the Word of God senior guard has reason to smile on the court. His coach confirms that Miami is in the recruiting mix to land him.
Highlight video of Word of God's John Wall from Wednesday's game against Ravenscroft. (Staff video by Travis Long)
See video highlights of Word of God hoops star John Wall in action. Video by staff photojournalist
Word of God's 6-9 junior forward, C.J. Leslie, sounds as if there's a little wiggle room in his verbal commitment to N.C. State, made after his freshman year.
C.J. Leslie, a 6-foot-9 junior forward for Word of God Christian Academy's basketball team, may want to keep his college options open despite verbally committing to N.C. State after his freshman year.
Kansas officials are checking to see if basketball coach Bill Self's brief conversation with Raleigh recruit John Wall might constitute an NCAA violation, The Associated Press is reporting.
John Wall scored 41 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out 7 assists in leading Word of God to an 80-77 victory over Olympia, Fla., in the championship game of the Tournament of Champions in Springfield, Mo.
He helped provide Word of God's final 25 points by either scoring or getting an assist. He was 17 of 18 from the three throw line and simply was spectacular.
Word of God advanced to the finals of the Tournament of Champions in Springfield, Mo., Friday night with an 83-71 victory over Memphis (Tenn.) White Station.
Word of God plays Olympia, Fla., in tonight's finals.
John Wall had 24 points, 16 in the second half, and 6 assists and 5 rebounds. Junior C.J. Leslie had 26 points and 11 rebounds.
Word of God 82, Springfield (Mo.) Glendale 79
SPRINGFIELD, MO. — John Wall had 24 points and 11 assists and C.J. Leslie scored 28 points to lead Word of God past Springfield (Mo.) Glendale on Thursday in the Tournament of Champions.
Glendale missed a potential game-tying three-pointer at the buzzer.
Word of God played Memphis (Tenn.) White Station on Friday night. Results are not available.