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Kentucky included in point guard’s top four schools

Immanuel Quickly’s recruitment is down to four schools.

The five-star point guard in the 2018 class narrowed his list to four on Monday and Kentucky is still in the mix for his services, along with Kansas, Maryland and Miami.

Quickley told Scout.com’s Evan Daniels, “I think those four schools fit me the most as a person and as a player… I think off and on the court those schools fit me the best.”

Ranked No. 2 at his position in the 247 Composite rankings, Quickley was the first point guard in the class to receive a scholarship offer from John Calipari. “Getting freshman PG’s, developing them and getting them to the NBA is what I like about Kentucky,” he said of the Wildcats.

Calipari will get a closer look at Quickley next month when Quickley tries out for the U19 team in Colorado.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

5 Comments for Kentucky included in point guard’s top four schools



  1. TonyMontana
    2:42 pm May 29, 2017 Permalink

    At first I thought his Jersey up top there said John Calipari.



  2. 8xchamp
    3:10 pm May 29, 2017 Permalink

    Maryland and Miami? Already question his decision maiking.



    • TonyMontana
      4:28 pm May 29, 2017 Permalink

      Yea its strange. I’m a top player and my top schools are: Devry, Trump University, Orange County Choppers and Kentucky. Its like what?! But he would be the solo star at those places, he could pull a Malik Newman and we all know how that turned out.



    • BBNDan7
      5:13 pm May 29, 2017 Permalink

      It’s whatever is the best fit for him. You act like Maryland and Miami are awful schools…



    • Eazy
      5:43 pm May 29, 2017 Permalink

      Maryland is okay. Miami fans don’t care. Kansas doesn’t get many 5 stars that aren’t troubled anymore. I like our chances. Maryland might be our biggest competition.