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15 responses to “Kahlil Whitney won’t sign with UK this week, his mom says”

  1. versaillescorey

    If he’s committed why wouldn’t he sign his LOI? This doesn’t sound good to me. I’ve seen his Instagram and he’s always repping UK but could the start of the season have him worried who’s coming back?

    1. runningunnin.454

      Doesn’t sound good to me, either. Don’t they just sign them, and fax or mail them in?

    2. chris43

      I wouldn’t think so BUT you truly never know. There really isn’t a reason not to sign if you’re 100% fully committed.

    3. ukcamel

      There are so many reasons to not sign, and lots of guys in the past at UK and elsewhere have committed but not signed right away. And honestly if he decided that he didn’t want to go here between now and the spring, it’s the best thing for everyone for him to not come here.

    4. ClutchCargo

      Why would any top recruit sign a NLOI? It serves only to guarantee a scholarship, which he will most certainly get, and to bind him to going to a particular school. No advantage to the elite recruit at all.

    5. JTA

      Go ahead ukcamel, read off that long list of recruits, lol.

  2. Truth_Hurts

    I wouldn’t worry about a basketball commit that much. They’re not like football commits and change their mind every 5 minutes.

    1. runningunnin.454

      But it happens.

  3. jim tom

    UK is not the self proclaimed “Roman Empire of college basketball anymore.

  4. Realme

    Sometimes they like to have a ceremony, take pictures etc. I could see why his family would want to be there.

    1. runningunnin.454

      Now that’s a good point.

  5. rickat

    If my memory is correct Brandon Knight never signed an LOI just a financial aid agreement when he enrolled.

  6. BBNBRIAN

    Family is in Chicago, he is in New Jersey. Since most signing events feature the athletes family and coaches, maybe the logistics just aren’t jiving during the fall. I wouldn’t sweat it.