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Article written by Adam Luckett

6 responses to “Keion Brooks Jr. will be key to unlocking Kentucky’s ceiling”

  1. N-UR-i

    “it will be essential for a secondary ball handler emerges.”

  2. N-UR-i

    If things come together with Blackshear and Juzang we could be great. If the line up stays as it is, we will be about as good as last year.

  3. Cokely53

    I get what you’re trying to say but I disagree that it’s pretty clear he will be one of our most important players. IMO, if Nick and EJ come back and we don’t get anyone else, that he may still not even start. But we are likely to land 1 or 2 more which would push him down the rotation even further.

  4. a21CATSfan

    All that and not one word about Jaden McDaniels, the most talented prospect left. CATS

  5. UKLugo

    I like the Darius Miller comparison. He is very similar, but with a better frame. He could be a real sleeper. I like to think EJ could take a PJ-like step forward and become our biggest Xfactor, though, if he comes back and things stay the way they are. Still a lot left up in the air though. Getting Blackshear and/or Hampton would change everything. I have to believe we’d be seeing some kids heading for the door if that happened.

  6. Larkin123

    Cal will not spread unless he does not have a choice. His team once in a blue moon will try it but its like Tubby trying to press….