Here is a quick rundown of the schools who are hosting a Midnight Madness on Friday night who will have a Kentucky target.
Duke: Rodney Purvis ’13
Georgetown: Kyle Anderson ’12, Sim Bhullar ’12, Daniel Ochefu ’12
Illinois: Jabari Parker ’13, Thomas Hamilton Jr. ’13, Jahlil Okafor ’14
Indiana: Kevin Ferrell ’12
Kansas: Julius Randle ’13, Andrew Harrison ’13, Aaron Harrison ’13
Memphis: Perry Ellis ’12
North Carolina: LJ Rose ’12
Providence: Michael Chandler ’11
West Virginia: Negus Webster-Chan ’12, Sim Bhullar ’12
This week, coaches from the Kentucky staff watched Kyle Anderson and Andre Drummond workout.
Ricardo Ledo, a 2012 Shooting Guard from Rhode Island, has narrowed his list down to seven schools. They are Kentucky, Syracuse, Texas, Louisville, West Virginia, Providence and Villanova. He claims offers from all schools.
Tony Woods, a 6’10 Center, parted ways with the Wake Forest Deamon Deacons, recently. Although he will have to sit out a year before playing again, Woods is hearing from a number of high major schools. Kentucky is in the mix, along with West Virginia, Georgetown, Auburn, Xavier, Cincinnati and even Louisville. Woods has already setup an official visit to Louisville this weekend.
Trevor Lacey, a 2011 Shooting Guard from Alabama, will take an official visit to Alabama on November 26th. Kentucky is in his final five.