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KSR’s Jack Pilgrim is joined by David Sisk of Cats Illustrated for episode 57 of the Sources Say Podcast, where the duo discuss the NCAA approving Olivier Sarr’s waiver, waiting on the SEC, Skyy Clark setting a commitment date, Hunter Sallis’ decision timeline, and Bryce Hopkins cutting his list to five this weekend.
They start the show talking about Sarr’s status and whether this week’s news is good or bad regarding his eligibility.
- The NCAA clears Sarr, but the wait continues with the SEC
- Reading the official rules on the matter, do you feel better or worse about the situation?
- Tying in Sarr’s situation with college football
The Sources Say crew then dives into the Skyy Clark/Hunter Sallis dynamic and where Kentucky stands with both.
- Clark sets a commitment date. What’s the latest?
- Who is the bigger priority?
- Why things are complicated with Clark
- Sallis is No. 6 in the nation for a reason…
- Mixed signals on a decision timeline for Sallis
- How good could a three-guard lineup of Askew, Sallis and Hickman be?
They end the show by discussing Bryce Hopkins’ upcoming list cut.
- Will Kentucky be on the list?
- Where is he leaning?
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