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Karl Towns

Updated Kentucky Wildcats 2014 Class Rankings

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John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats have another impressive recruiting class coming in. This time though the Wildcats will also have several players back to add experience. Since Calipari has

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Four Wildcats, One Cardinal Selected to Jordan Brand Classic

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imageHigh school basketball is hitting Region and State play throughout the entire country as the fall/winter sports season wraps up. With this, announcements for awards and all-star games will be released as the Jordan Brand Classic did so today. Selected to attend the Jordan Classic have been all four Kentucky Wildcat commitments for the 2014 […]

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McDonald’s All-American Rosters Released For 2014 Game

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mcdsJohn Calipari will have four more McDonald’s All-Americans coming to his team next season. PF Karl Town, PF Trey Lyles, PG Tyler Ulis and SG Devin Booker. They will also have a girl’s All-American in center Alyssa Rice coming to Kentucky. Louisville doesn’t have any men All-Americans, but they do have two girls coming in […]

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HoopHall Classic Day 2 Recap: Karl Towns, Max Hoetzel

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HoopHall Classic Day 2 Recap: Karl Towns, Max Hoetzel & MoreDay 2 of the HoopHall Classic featured a pair of players who will be coming to our area next fall for college.  Although both of their teams lost, both Karl Towns and Max Hoetzel put on excellent displays of their abilities. Karl Towns – Kentucky St. Joes’s lost in a big way despite Karl Towns having […]

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