Chane Behanan, a 6-foot-6 forward from Kentucky, had a change of plans this week. Originally, Behanan was supposed to visit West Virginia. Now, he will take an official visit to Louisville this weekend for the Louisville/Kentucky football game. While the Cats recently offered Chane, this official visit could lead to him coming off the board early. While Louisville is still considered as Chane’s favorite, it seems to be wide open right now.
Quincy Miller, a 6-foot-9 power forward from North Carolina, is no longer interested in Kentucky. With the commitments of Kyle Wiltjer and Anthony Davis, there was no room for Miller. He will join Behanan, Deuce Bello and Josiah Turner this weekend in Louisville for the big football game. Miller could be headed to the in-state rival.
Tony Wroten, a 6-foot-4 guard from Washington, seems like the next possibility for Kentucky. As an ideal combo guard, some believe that Coach Calipari could either back off of Wroten or go full speed ahead and recruit the Seattle star. While Tony claims an offer from UK, most are not sure whether that is the case. Like him or not, Tony Wroten may be the next Kentucky Wildcat.
Michael Gilchrist, a 6-foot-7 forward from New Jersey, remains committed to Kentucky. He is visiting Kentucky right now and will not take any official visits as he originally wrote on his Twitter. Gilchrist later deleted his Twitter account.
Andre Drummond, a 6-foot-11 center from Connecticut, has yet to come out with a list of schools he is considering. While he told reporters that he would release a list after AAU Nationals in late July, nothing has happened yet. While there is still speculation that he could reclassify into the class of 2011, nothing has been set yet.
Perry Ellis, a 6-foot-8 forward from Kansas, has planned two visits. Ellis will visit Kansas and Memphis in the coming weeks. While he is on Kentucky’s radar for 2012, no visits or plans have been set as of now for Perry.
Maurice Harkless and Kadeem Jack, two former Kentucky recruits from New York, are off the board. Harkless, a former UConn commit, has landed at St. John’s. Jack, who will team up with Harkless at prep school this fall, chose Rutgers.