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12 responses to “This note about Kerry Blackshear seems promising for Kentucky”

  1. Catcasey1

    Come on big fella

  2. KYjellyRoll

    MS is preseason #1 I hope we get him but there’s competition at MS

    1. StillBP

      Dude was barely out of diapers when Izzo won his 1 title, at least Cals was this century! Hopefully that works in our favor.

    2. 4everUKblue

      I thought Izzo only had 1 title but I could be wrong.

    3. 4everUKblue

      My mistake BP, I misread your comment as his first title but I see now you said won his 1 title.

    4. StillBP

      Well I did mean decade instead of century so I did mess up! Lol

  3. kjd

    Does he want to fill the role of Reid Travis? The One and Dones will be the focal point of the team.

    1. J. Did

      Kind of a good point. I just don’t see him signing with KENTUCKY. Reid Travis was a blessing to have at KENTUCKY. He played PAC 10…at Stanford. Different league than the ACC. Bottom line is what we have all thought: What could’ve been. And, what can potentially be….should he sign with KENTUCKY. We will soon see.

  4. bigblue98

    The real question – do you want to win a title, be a legend, and reap the rewards many years later as part of BBN? No other program in the country can offer that.

    1. nocode96

      Subscribe.

  5. UKinmyblood

    Don’t sleep on Florida.

  6. BobbyBlue

    Anybody that can graduate college in three years while playing one of the two major college sports at a high level,has to be very bright.
    Blackshear’s dream is the NBA, and a bright guy like him would be keying on what he needs to improve on as gleaned from his just completed NBA tryouts. I think he would be more interested in where he can go and receive
    the coaching to reach his dream, with a deep showing in March Maddness just a side bonus, and not the deal clincher.