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Some Youtube Action of Julius Mays, the Cats’ Newest Player


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Not a lot on YouTube from our man Julius Mays…but what little exists, is worth viewing.

A game in which he made 19 Free Throws:

A buzzer beating jumper at Wright State:

A buzzer beater in the Regional Title Game in High School:

Article written by Matt Jones

10 responses to “Some Youtube Action of Julius Mays, the Cats’ Newest Player”

  1. Blue Balls

    Damn, he didn’t miss a single shot!

  2. David

    Glad we have at least 1 senior, and said senior is clutch. Gonna need that late game if our freshmen ever get lost.

  3. hood

    Glad to have him. He only average about six points per game against the big boy teams. Butwill be a decent bench player.

  4. UK Homer

    This just in: Julius Mays will be selected in the 2013 NBA Draft. #KentuckyEffect

  5. Meh

    Meh

  6. Cayuts

    Weird to think this dude will get celebrate Senior day @ UK when he’ll be here as long as Cousins, Wall, Davis, Gilchrist, Knight, etc…

  7. David from San Diego

    While they are not next year’s teams most talented players, we do have some kids who have matured through a few years of college and it will make a difference: Twany, Hood, Mays. I think this list of kids may contribute as a group to this team more than people think. Add in Kyle Wiltjer’s Final Four experience and its probably enough to balance us out and keep the team focused when the freshman may struggle in games, practice, or elsewhere.

  8. lane taylor

    8, I agree, however you forgot our starting point guard, Ryan Harrow. He has solid experience and was there all last year and was a major reason Teague got better from his presence at practice. With Mays we will now be able to spread out the floor with a three point threat. Welcome to BBN, glad to have ya.

  9. Jimcats

    Agree with David whole-heartedly. We won’t have experience as good as Miller, but we’ll have a few guys that can be used more than they were last year–and they’ll contribute more.

    As of now I’m most concerned about: 1.) is Noel going to make the grades and be clean with respect to relationships with some apparent unsavory advisors/supporters or whatever, and 2.). Is Cal going to be able to land an enforcer to play the role he hoped to use Bennett in? The answers to these two questions will largely determine our fate next season, much more so than how our back-ups may play.