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Kentucky Makes Cameron Reddish’s Top Five

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The Kentucky Wildcats are still in the hunt for one of America’s best basketball players in the 2018 recruiting class.  Cameron Reddish, the fifth-ranked player in America, announced his final five schools on Twitter.

Listed as a small forward, on numerous occasions he played the two-guard for Calipari as a member of Team USA.  It worked well for two reasons:

1. Reddish made 53 percent of his threes and averaged 10.7 points per game.
2. Once considered a Duke-lean, that’s no longer the case (unless you’re one who believes in the 247 Crystal Ball).

Calipari’s time as Team USA’s head coach has all but secured Immanuel Quickley’s spot in Lexington. After seeing the way Reddish played for Cal in Cairo, it will be awfully hard for Reddish to turn down an opportunity to play with Calipari again.

Highlights from one of Reddish’s best games; he had 14 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists vs. Iran.  


Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 responses to “Kentucky Makes Cameron Reddish’s Top Five”

  1. binarysolo

    What’s pretty amazing is he cut schools like Kansas and UNC but UConn makes his top 5. And he’s not even from CT! Does anyone know what kind of ties he has with them?

  2. Jonathan40330

    Duke bound due to Barrett and Williamson. If he comes to UK, it will only be because Barrett goes to Duke before he has a chance to commit.