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Cal will visit James Blackmon on Monday

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According to Rivals’ Jeff Rabjohns, John Calipari will have an in-home visit with James Blackmon on Monday. Blackmon, Rivals’ 23rd best player in 2014, is considering the Cats, along with Louisville, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and others. The talented shooting guard took an unofficial visit to UK on August 29th, and liked it so much he’s coming back for Big Blue Madness, along with his friend Trey Lyles.

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5 Comments for Cal will visit James Blackmon on Monday



  1. M
    12:07 pm September 13, 2013 Permalink

    To the Ulis doubters: If Cal can get two wings that can shoot lights out from 3 it will extend the defense. With Ulis’ quickness he can break down a defense and get other’s involved. Last year’s team didn’t have consistent 3 point shooters on the wing. Harrow was quick enough to get into the lane, but the D was collapsed because teams could dare UK to shoot, and he wasn’t strong enough to finish through contact. If Ulis is tough, which it looks like he is from watching him guard Tyus Jones, he can be fine at his size with help on the wings.



  2. RICK
    12:14 pm September 13, 2013 Permalink

    Man this kid looks like his dad. He was a very good player.



  3. I hope he comes
    12:19 pm September 13, 2013 Permalink

    I’d really like to see Blackmon in blue and white. This kid can take over the back up point guard duties and I can also see him being a go to scorer. Seems like a kid that would stick around for 2 or 3 years as well.



  4. cotton
    1:38 pm September 13, 2013 Permalink

    We want Blackmon AND Lyles!!!! Make it happen if you can, Mrs. Tyler. Please and thank you.



  5. John Calipari
    4:24 pm September 13, 2013 Permalink

    “You see, James, let me explain how you and Devin can both play together…”