With Orlando Antigua doing his thing in South Florida, John Calipari has sent John Robic on the recruiting trail. According to the Herald-Leader’s Ben Roberts, Robic will visit 2016 four-star point guard Quentin Goodin today in Campbellsville.
The Taylor County star is considered the 13th best point guard and the best player from the state of Kentucky in the 2016 class by 247 Sports Composite. Kentucky, Indiana, and Louisville are the three schools going after him the hardest right now, and Cal, Robic, and Antigua have all seen Goodin play several times. This summer, he’ll also play for the St. Louis Eagles, the same EYBL team as 2016 forward Jayson Tatum, one of UK’s biggest targets.
Hopefully Robic’s hair will work its magic this afternoon. In the meantime, watch Goodin work. (Don’t worry, that Cardinal logo at the beginning is for Taylor County, not Louisville.)