ESPNU: No. 1 Dual-Threat QB, No. 1 Point Guard, and Top-Five Center to Declare College Destination Live on Thursday

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ESPNU: No. 1 Dual-Threat QB, No. 1 Point Guard, and Top-Five Center to Declare College Destination Live on Thursday

ESPNU will televise the college announcements of the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback (junior class), the No. 1 point guard, and a top-five center (basketball) on Thursday, Nov. 13. Quarterback Malik Henry, No. 2 in the ESPN Junior 300, will announce his decision at 3:30 p.m. ET on College Football Daily (1 p.m. – 4 p.m.) The California native is expected to decide between Florida State, Notre Dame, and UCLA. Recruiting analysts Craig Haubert and Gerry Hamilton will be in-studio as part of the announcement.

Later that evening, ESPNU will televise a one-hour Recruiting Nation: Basketball Signing Day Special (6 p.m.). Point guard Isaiah Briscoe, No. 13 in the ESPN 100, and center Skal Labissiere, No. 11 overall, will declare their college destination during the special. Briscoe is expected to pick Kentucky, St. Johns, or UConn, while Labissiere is expected to choose between Baylor, Georgetown, Kentucky, Memphis, North Carolina, and Tennessee. ESPN recruiting analysts Paul Biancardi and Hamilton will join the show.

RecruitingNation.com

RecruitingNation.com will have analysis and updated class ranking after all three announcements. Additionally, the online destination for all recruiting news will have complete coverage throughout college basketball’s early signing day period.

espnW

espnW.com will have a collection of videos on Wednesday, Nov. 12, to celebrate women’s college basketball signing week. The videos will feature newly committed players commenting on their decision and the reasons behind it.  The site will also feature a Signing Day photo gallery. All Signing Day content can be found at espnW.com/signingday, which will go live Wednesday.

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Media contact: Derek Volner at 860-384-9986; [email protected] and @DerekVolner

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Derek Volner

I work in college sports, which includes football and basketball, with an emphasis on Olympic Sports. Additionally, I handle ESPN’s coverage of high school athletics and recruiting.
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