With arguably the best 3-point shooter back on the board, plenty of schools are showing interest.
I sat down Tuesday with Jeff Borzello and Matt Norlander to discuss some recent topics in college basketball. We talked about the Emmanuel Mudiay situation in great detail, then later got into the July Evaluation Period.
Class of 2014 star Emmanuel Mudiay has reached an agreement in principle with the Guangdong Southern Tigers of the China Basketball Association on a one-year deal that will pay him a total of $1.2 million, a source confirmed to CBSSports.com on Tuesday.
SMU received more bad news on Sunday, as shooter Matt McQuaid reportedly decommitted from the Mustangs.
Syracuse rarely lacks for scoring but Jim Boeheim's team, because of so many departures, is looking for someone to step up on offense. Also, Larry Brown's SMU Mustangs, who should have made the NCAA tourney last season, look like the team to beat in the AAC.
Though questions abound about star guard Emmanuel Mudiay's decision to rescind his commitment to SMU, brother Steph Mudiay says eligibility concerns were not a motive.
A tri-campus school organization in Texas, in part run by Deion Sanders, could be facing extinction.
SMU has shockingly lost its best recruit, as Emmanuel Mudiay is planning to go overseas instead of college next season.
Larry Brown's SMU team picks up a quality guard for the 2015-16 season.
As the July live period nears, here is a look at some schools that got work done early for the class of 2015.

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