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Three Wildcats are going to USA U19 training camp

Three freshmen from the University of Kentucky have accepted invitations to attend the USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Cup Team training camp in Colorado later this month, UK announced today. They are Hamidou Diallo, Kevin Knox, and P.J. Washington, and they will compete against 25 other players from both high school and college for a spot on the team that will travel to Egypt under the guidance of John Calipari. All three Wildcats have experience playing for USA Basketball.

Have a look at the entire list of training camp attendees:

 

 

The camp will also include four of UK’s targets top targets in the Class of 2018: Romeo Langford, Immanuel Quickley, Cameron Reddish and Bol Bol.

Advantage: Calipari.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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5 Comments for Three Wildcats are going to USA U19 training camp



  1. jrdh13
    10:57 am June 8, 2017 Permalink

    Cal’s so ahead of the game.. his biggest 3 targets other than ZION (where is he on this team) are all on this squad.



    • 9IsNext
      11:17 am June 8, 2017 Permalink

      Bagley is our top recruit for 2018…forgot to mention the big man.



    • jrdh13
      11:44 am June 8, 2017 Permalink

      i think if we get langford, zion, bagley, and bol bol we will be set again next year



    • BigBlueMeade
      11:46 am June 8, 2017 Permalink

      I believe Zion denied invite.



  2. a21CATSfan
    12:41 pm June 8, 2017 Permalink

    It is amazing that when Cal gets his foot in the door in the USA Basketball program he has to take a team to a conflict zone. He will miss out on the chance to coach some of his own players as well as several top recruits that were scared away by the location. AND the NCAA just happens to change the rule this particular year where ALL coaches can come and evaluate these training camps. Completely takes away the advantage any other coach has ever had.