Krabbenhoft headed to Madison

Originally Published: January 23, 2004
By Bill Hodge | CollegeSports.com

One of the top prospects in Class 2005, junior guard/forward Joe Krabbenhoft of Sioux Falls-Roosevelt, SD., is headed to the Wisconsin Badgers. Among many others were Kansas, Minnesota, Notre Dame and Creighton. He averaged 15 points and nine rebounds as a sophomore.

Texas Tech has pledged forward/guard Keena Young of Beaumont-Ozen, Tex/South Plains CC, Tex., who originally signed with Memphis in Class 2003.

Forward Zach Johnson of Sacramento-Natomas, Cal., committed to Washington.

Check lists for Prospects/Commitments/Signings/Schools and Conferences. Eighty-nine prospects on the early Class 2004 Top 100 have made Commitmen ts or Signed. List of remaining Top 100 Prospects.

Class 2004 Basketball Database
*Search the early list of Prospects/Commitments/Signings/Schools and Conferences
*Early list of Top 100 Prospects/Commitments/Signings/ Remaining Top 100 Prospects.
*More players projected to make an impact: Super Prospects.
*Top JC Prospects: Junior College List.
*Basketball Signing Periods: Early (Nov. 12-19) and Regular (Apr. 15-May 19).

*Indiana, Texas and Louisville lead the early 2004 Top Classes.

Class 2003 Basketball Database
*Search the list of Prospects/Commitments/Signed/Schools and Conferences.
*List of Top 100 Prospects/Commitmen ts/Remaining Top 100 Prospects/Super Prospects/Top 100 JC Prospects.

*Florida State led the 2003 Top Classes.

Basketball Commitments/Signings:
Class 2005: Database
Class 2004: Database/Top 100/Top Classes.
Class 2003: Database/Top 100/Top Classes.
Class 2002: Database/Top 100/Top Classes
Class 2001: Database/Top 100/Top Classes
Class 2000: Database/Top 100/Top Classes
Class 1999: Database
Class 1998: Database/ Top Classes

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Bill Hodge is the executive editor and director of recruiting coverage at CollegeSports.com. For daily columns on prospects, commitments and signings, plus databases, go to CollegeSports.com's Recruiting Page.

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