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Two Wildcats finish in top-10 of 247Sports Rankings

Kentucky boasts two top-10 signees in the final 247Sports basketball ratings, the only school to accomplish the feat.

Brandon Boston Jr., a 6-foot-6 guard out of Sierra Canyon HS in Chatsworth, CA, moved up 11 spots to finish as Kentucky’s top signee at No. 5 overall. He is also now the No. 1 shooting guard in the senior class.

Terrence Clarke, a 6-foot-7 guard out of Boston, MA, fell five spots to No. 9 overall and is now the No. 3 shooting guard in the class.

Behind Kentucky’s dynamic guard duo, Isaiah Jackson is the next Wildcat on the list at No. 31 overall, a two-spot jump from the previous rankings. The 6-foot-9 forward out of Waterford, MI is now the No. 6 center in the nation.

From there, all three of Kentucky’s remaining signees fell in the rankings, with Devin Askew – a 6-foot-4 point guard out of Santa Ana, CA – dropping six spots to No. 34 nationally, Lance Ware – a 6-foot-9 power forward out of Camden, NJ – falling four spots to No. 40, and Cam’Ron Fletcher – a 6-foot-6 small forward out of St. Louis, MO – dropping 26 spots all the way to No. 73 overall.

As for four-star center Frank Anselem, who is down to Arkansas, Kansas, San Diego State, Seton Hall, Syracuse, and Western Kentucky, he fell 18 spots to No. 137 overall.

Here is the newest top ten of the 247Sports Rankings:

  1. Cade Cunningham – Oklahoma State
  2. Jalen Green – Professional (G League)
  3. Evan Mobley – USC
  4. Ziaire Williams – Stanford
  5. BJ Boston – Kentucky
  6. Caleb Love – UNC
  7. Joshua Christopher – Arizona State
  8. Scottie Barnes – Florida State
  9. Terrence Clarke – Kentucky
  10. Greg Brown III – Texas

For the rest of the list, head here. 

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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5 Comments for Two Wildcats finish in top-10 of 247Sports Rankings

    5:53 pm May 6, 2020 Permalink

    Wats funny is Boston and Fletcher are 6’8″now. Talk about length then you add Sarr plus another big yo this Class and we are sitting no lower then 3-4 in nation if not #1. We are going to be really good. I seen Fletcher highlights were he was announced in starting lineup after a kid that was listed as 6’5″ and he was clearly 2-3 inches taller then him. He had a growth spurt his SR year and announcers even put him at 6’8″ at worst he is 6’7 1/2″ tall. His size should of jumped him into top 25 of rankings. He is maybe best athlete wing in class. Athleticism of this year’s coming team might be one of CAL’s best ever.

    • UKFanSC
      7:25 pm May 6, 2020 Permalink

      Boston 4 and Clark 5

  2. Catcasey1
    6:35 pm May 6, 2020 Permalink

    Where’s dookie

  3. Megan
    6:58 pm May 6, 2020 Permalink

    1. If UK was definitely scraping the bottom of the barrel when Anselem was No. 85, what do we say now that he’s No. 137?
    2. USC means Southern Cal, right? Because we’re in the Southeastern Conference, that’s not the first school I think of. I think South Carolina, but then I have to wonder if that’s right. Thanks for saying Texas instead of UT. That avoided further confusion.

  4. UKFanSC
    7:24 pm May 6, 2020 Permalink

    Rivals has us snagging 2 of the top 5