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21 responses to “RJ Hampton down to four schools, Kentucky included”

  1. Mad Max

    If our options at the point next year are a second year Hagans or Hampton, I’m a happy guy!!

  2. ukcamel

    Will a reclassified Hampton be better than a soph. Quickley? I don’t think so. Would love to have him though.

    1. addyjaxlarkin

      Quickly will never be The starting point guard at Kentucky. And if I’m wrong then we’re in trouble. Hampton IMO would be a HUGE leap above quickly I can promise you that. Although having said that I would prefer a second year of Hagans. Over all scenarios

    2. ukcamel

      Yeah Hampton looks awesome against high schoolers. That always translates, especially for younger freshman guards!

  3. ScottGreene22

    Sounds like Hagans may be out if Hampton is ready to come to BBN

    1. CatfaninCinci

      Not what was said at all. He said, Hampton will be seeing what Hagans does before deciding. Meaning, he’s keeping his options open.

      This has zero bearing on Hagans decision.

    2. ScottGreene22

      What I’m saying is if CAL feels Hampton will come if Hagans leaves and CAL thinks Hampton is the better PG he may give the old push out the door speech to Mr Hagans.

  4. Kat4Life

    We will have an absurd abundance of guards next year….. and every one of them expect serious minutes. Should make for some interesting practices

    1. BigJohnC

      Good thing Cal doesn’t promise playing time. It’s there for the taking

  5. ScottGreene22

    Guards play win in March and April

  6. Ez21

    We have no shooters coming in tho besides Maxes. You’ve gotta have someone on each wing that can knock down 3s to win in college. Hagans, Maxey, Whitney, Brooks. Where’s outside shooting.

    1. nocode96

      Quickly? Baker?

    2. addyjaxlarkin

      ????? Whit and brooks are both capable shooters as well as the new grad transfer also as said above baker and quickly coming off the bench

    3. DirtyDave

      Brooks is a wing and can fill it up

  7. Catcasey1

    Hagan will never be a knock down shooter NEVER. Does not have the born in mechanics

    1. addyjaxlarkin

      He doesn’t need to be he just needs to facilitate the offense and play defense like he did this year. His offense will come from going to the basket and getting to the free-throw line. I would take a second year of him over every single one of our other options without question.

    2. addyjaxlarkin

      He doesn’t need to be he just needs to facilitate the offense and play defense like he did this year. His offense will come from going to the basket and getting to the free-throw line. I would take a second year of him over every single one of our other options without question.

  8. BigJohnC

    Hagans has lots of potential. Hope he stays idc what guard it knocks out

  9. CahillsCrossingNT

    Won’t come here anyway so why worry about it?

  10. Racerr11

    We get plenty……

  11. makeitstop

    Sounded to me like he’s going to Duke if Tre Jones leaves, which he will. Maybe it Hagans left, too, it would be a 2 team race. Kansas isn’t likely to lose a point guard this year, not sure about Memphis. We seem pretty well set one way or the other but the kid is one of those top 3-4 picks we hv not scored the past couple years. I’d probably make that trade for Hagans.