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Cats Make The Final Four For Brandon Ashley

Kentucky continues to factor into the trimmed lists of a handful of 2012’s top prospects and that’s now again the case with five-star forward Brandon Ashley.  Ashley announced Monday night that Kentucky is joined by Arizona, UCLA and Oregon on his revised list of suitors.  Rivals’ fifth-ranked power forward eliminated Texas, Georgia Tech and Syracuse from his list.  The California native has transferred to Findlay Prep in Las Vegas for his senior season, where he’ll play with fellow Kentucky targets Anthony Bennett and Winston Shepard.

In the meantime, Ashley will play in the Boost Mobile Elite 24 on the team with Perry Ellis, Mitch McGary and Shabazz Muhammad.  He will be doing things like this:

Article written by Thomas Beisner

8 responses to “Cats Make The Final Four For Brandon Ashley”

  1. Elian Gonzales

    does anyone know where to get the free UK football poster in Louisville?

  2. knightynight

    this kid is raw! and in a good way!

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  5. Big O

    Well it is not like these kids are going to list anyone other than the top schools. You will not see “Never Win University” on any list. Adding UK just beefs up the kid’s resume. With this being said- Coach Cal gets his fair share of the big names because he is not recruiting “Joe- Not Ready for Division One” either. In Coach we trust!!!!

  6. Big O

    All these kids are going to list UK. It helps their resume. They are not going to list “Never Win U.” With this being said, Coach Cal does not recruit “Not Ready for D1” so he get his fair share of the big names. In Cal we trust!

  7. wildcat_marine

    If u put Anthony Bennett’s and Winston shepard’s names together, you get……
    Anthony Shepard! It’s serendipity (what a great flick)

  8. Says me


    Brandon Ashley has absolutely no need whatsoever to “beef up his resume”. He’s a unanimous top 10 player, considered top 5 by many.