Even with the additions of E.J. Montgomery and Ashton Hagans, Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari does not appear to be done with his 2018 recruiting class. Meanwhile, PJ Washington and Wenyen Gabriel have NBA decisions to make.
UK-bound Oak Hill Academy star was named MVP of two holiday tournaments. He draws comparisons to Carmelo Anthony and Jerry Stackhouse. Yet what he did between those events might have been even more impressive.
Future Kentucky point guard Immanuel Quickley said Big Blue Madness and appearances there by John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins played the biggest role in his decision to sign with the Cats in a video posted by Slamonline.com on Wednesday.
In this file video from March 10, 2017, the Edwardsville IL High School Tigers played Danville IL in the finals of the Ottawa IL Class 4A Sectional. The winner advanced to the Super-Sectional at Redbird Arena in Normal IL on the campus of Illinois
Four future Kentucky Wildcats — and two major UK recruiting targets — will play in the McDonald’s All-American Game in Chicago on Wednesday night. Here’s a guide for UK fans watching the game, including uniform numbers and team affiliations for all players.
Five-star point guard Javonte Smart was in Lexington over the weekend for an unofficial recruiting visit for the UK-Florida game. Smart is the No. 1 point guard in the 2018 class and there’s plenty of mutual interest between him and John Calipari’s Wildcats. Additional notes on Trinity guard David Johnson, five-star UK target Mohamed Bamba and the Nike Hoop Summit selections.