Posted March 20, 2013

Kentucky scores another five-star recruit

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Apparently, last night’s first-round exit by Kentucky in the NIT hasn’t stopped another five-star recruit from committing to the Wildcats, according to SB Nation. 

Julius Randle, a 6’9″ power forward out of Plano, Texas, made the announcement Wednesday that he will attend Kentucky next season. Randle had visited Kansas, Texas and Florida. The Wildcats will now have six McDonald’s All-Americans in this recruiting class on the roster in 2013, already getting commits from Top 20 recruits Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, and James Young.

Randle is considered the top power forward in the Class of 2013, and he is rated third by ESPN, fourth by Scout and the top overall recruit by Rivals and 24/7.


11 comments
RichardD.Hackworth
RichardD.Hackworth

These comments here are really sickening. Jealously is so unbecoming.

user1user2user3
user1user2user3

What a pathetic story about Kentucky's one-and-done we don't give a s$&t about the kids bball pgm !

user1user2user3
user1user2user3

Okay, which assistant coach is handing out the money ?

Mike118
Mike118

Good. They will make it to second round of NIT next year.

bubbafromaz
bubbafromaz

Didn't you see the interview where Calimari said "Kentucky isn't for you" about the players on this year's team?  A scholarship at Kentucky is only as good as the player (or the coach's word).  For the players on this year's edition of the Wildcats, their 15 minutes is over!

6marK6
6marK6 like.author.displayName 1 Like

They better load up with as much talent as humanly possible, so they can counter the fact that Calipari cannot coach a lick.

Wisconsin Death Trip
Wisconsin Death Trip

Playing with a broken team all season this past year, the Wildcats should be returning a team that will be a final 4 favorite next year.

BryanCustard
BryanCustard

 @Wisconsin Death Trip where are they getting all the scholarships from? You cant tell me half the team is gonna go pro again