Stanford graduate transfer Reid Travis announced Wednesday that will play his final season of college basketball for Kentucky, which should be a national title contender in 2019. Who will be the Cats' starting five this season?
It's a familiar battle at the top of the basketball recruiting rankings for the 2018 class: UK vs. Duke. The Blue Devils are currently No. 1 in those rankings, but can Kentucky — now with Ashton Hagans — take that top spot?
Five-star point guard Ashton Hagans has officially signed with Kentucky, the program announced Sunday. A top prospect in the 2019 class, Hagans has already graduated from high school and will join John Calipari's team for the 2018-19 season.
Top basketball recruits talk about Jeff Capel's departure from Duke earlier this year and whether it will hurt Coach K's recruiting efforts in the 2019 class. Memphis signee talks James Wiseman and UK commitment DJ Jeffries, and more notes.
Penny Hardaway has seven commitments for next season's Memphis basketball team, another for the class of 2019, and he's casting a wide net for five-star targets. He might actually land some, and perhaps James Wiseman, in the next recruiting cycle.
Five-star forward Jaden McDaniels jumped dozens of spots to No. 10 overall in the latest class of 2019 rankings from 247Sports. Kentucky hasn't offered yet, but the Washington native is obviously high on the Wildcats' program.
Several five-star recruits in the basketball class of 2019 have Louisville on their school lists, but can the Cardinals actually land a commitment from any of them? Keion Brooks cut U of L from contention. Chris Mack has a tough task ahead.
John Calipari already has three commitments for the class of 2019, but he's also recruiting several other talented basketball stars from that group. What's next for James Wiseman, Keion Brooks, Cole Anthony, Matthew Hurt and others?
Five-star recruits and UK targets Matthew Hurt, Keion Brooks, Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis talk about USA Basketball training camp and whether the U18 experience is a recruiting advantage for Kansas head coach Bill Self.
Five-star point guard Tyrese Maxey has been committed to the Kentucky basketball team for a month, and he's one of the top recruits in the 2019 class. He talks about the possibility of reclassifying to 2019 and his future with the Wildcats.
Five-star basketball prospect Kira Lewis has rocketed up the recruiting rankings in recent weeks, and he's now considered a five-star player in the 2019 class. He grew up a John Calipari and UK fan, and he visits Kentucky this weekend.
Five-star point guard Josiah James has offers from Duke, Michigan State, Florida and many more, despite not playing on the Nike, Adidas or Under Armour circuits. UK is also interested in the talented 2019 basketball recruit.
Kentucky, Duke, Florida, Kansas and Villanova are the five finalists in the recruitment of high school basketball star Bryan Antoine, one of the top prospects in the 2019 class. Is there a favorite in his recruitment?
Stanford graduate transfer Reid Travis was an all-conference selection this past season and is a former McDonald's All-American. He's planning to visit UK soon and could be a big addition to the Cats' 2018-19 team.
UK commitment Tyrese Maxey has been recruiting several star prospects from the 2019 class, including James Wiseman, Vernon Carey, Keion Brooks and Cole Anthony, all five-star players with the Kentucky Wildcats on their radar.