After spending the weekend at the Peach Jam, the Kentucky coaching staff is extending more offers in the 2022 class. Today, John Calipari and his staff offered Kyle Filipowski, a four-star center from Wilbraham, Massachusetts.
— Kyle “Flip” Filipowski (@kylefilipowski) July 19, 2021
Filipowski, considered the No. 6 center and No. 33 overall player in the 2022 class by 247 Sports Composite, had quite the showing at the Peach Jam for the NY Renaissance (aka NY Rens), turning in 19 points, 11 rebounds, 8 assists and two blocks in his team’s opening win vs. Team Takeover, and scoring in double figures in all four of his other games.
So far, Filipowski has offers from Duke, Ohio State, Syracuse, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Notre Dame, Miami, Illinois, Vanderbilt, Louisville, UCLA, and North Carolina, among others. He’s taken official visits, to Syracuse, Ohio State, Indiana, Iowa, and Duke. The Blue Devils are considered the early favorite, but clearly, Kentucky liked what they saw in North Augusta.
Jack was at the Peach Jam and will have more about Filipowski later tonight. Until then, check out his highlights.
Filipowski is the tenth player Kentucky has offered in the 2022 class, joining Skyy Clark (committed), Jaden Bradley, Keyonte Georgie, Shaedon Sharpe, Emoni Bates, Chris Livingston, Brandon Miller, Jalen Duren, and Dereck Lively II.