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Kentucky Tied With Syracuse For DaJuan Coleman – Per Coach

For those of you getting nervous about the 2012 recruiting class, let me say – I understand.  I have no doubt that Calipari will strike a home run at some point, but in the immortal words of Tom Petty, the waiting is the hardest part.  But with that said, it looks like one top 2012 prospect has a big interest in Kentucky, as well as Syracuse.  According to DaJuan Coleman’s AAU coach, Coleman considers hometown Syracuse and obvious choice Kentucky as choice “1 and 1a.”

CBS says not to expect a decision any time soon, though, as Coleman is taking his time and plans to make a decision late Fall after taking a few official visits.

You can read the full write up here, which includes reasons why he could be considered the top prospect in the 2012 class.

Article written by Will Lentz

5 Comments for Kentucky Tied With Syracuse For DaJuan Coleman – Per Coach



  1. Yesterdays
    6:35 pm July 1, 2011 Permalink

    Scouting Report- Big.



  2. SawThisGuyBefore
    7:22 pm July 1, 2011 Permalink

    Jared Sullinger. Can’t jump, run or shoot outside of 3 feet and shoots free throws really well. Boogie was at least mobile and a good passer. This guy reminds me of a Tubby recruit. He would change the offense into pass to the post kick to the wing basketball. Chane Behanan (UL) and he will have some slow motion battles for the ages.



  3. Rhymes With Thespian
    8:02 pm July 1, 2011 Permalink

    I don’t see any athleticism or skill here. Eloy would eat this guy up.

    On the other hand, if he goes to Syracuse Pitino will say he is the best big man he’s ever seen.



  4. birdie
    9:03 pm July 1, 2011 Permalink

    Color me unimpressed. Big body with no lift.



  5. phicks06
    10:36 am July 4, 2011 Permalink

    I gotta admit that I’m not impressed either. Can’t believe he is #2 or #3 in the country.