The No. 6 overall player in the 2013 class visited Lexington over the weekend. Aaron Gordon is a 6-foot-8 small forward from San Jose, California, who took his last official visit to a college campus before he decides on a school.
He is down to Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Kansas and Kentucky.
UOrgeon, Uwashingon, Ukansas, Uarizona, Ukentuky…this is gunna be tough.
— Aaron Gordon (@_AG_32) November 11, 2012
Aaron can blend into any situation … With all five schools he’s got; he’ll thrive in whatever system or whatever program he goes to. Just in being how competitive he is, he’s going to find a way to get minutes and get touches and get scores. He’s so versatile that coaches are going to see they need him on the floor, because he gives you a much better chance to win.
Kentucky already has commitments from Aaron and Andrew Harrison, the No. 4 and 5 players in the class, along with James Young, the No. 10 player, and Marcus Lee, the No. 17 player. The 2013 class is already monstrous. But with Calipari still hot on the trail of top player Andrew Wiggins, and the potential to add Gordon, next season could be really scary.