While John Calipari is spending the day traveling to a destination for you to figure out on your own (most likely Milwaukee), assistant Orlando Antigua was back in Louisville this morning watching small forward TJ Warren again. Warren, who played last season at John Wall’s alma mater in North Carolina and is set to transfer to Brewster Prep to play alongside Mitch McGary, received a scholarship offer last week. The 6’7″ forward is currently rated as a four-star prospect by the three major scouting services, but will likely climb after a strong showing so far this summer.
And though he told Jody Demling yesterday that he’s enjoying the recruiting process and taking things slow, Warren told TJ Walker of Cats Illustrated that he’d like to decide where he’ll play college ball before the season starts. Does that make him a frontrunner for Kentucky’s first 2012 commtiment? Possibly. In addition to the interest from the Cats, he picked up a scholarship from North Carolina last week to go along with Louisville, Georgetown, Florida, NC State, Kansas and Texas.
Evan Daniels called him “pound for pound one of the best scorers in the country”. He certainly has range.
He can also do some other stuff too…