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Mo Bamba and Quade Green seemed to enjoy Kentucky’s win last night

Pic via Adam Zagoria


You’re looking at Mohamed Bamba and Quade Green, two five-star recruits Kentucky would very much like to add to the 2017 class. They were Kentucky’s guests last night at Madison Square Garden, along with 2017 commit Nick Richards, 2018 wing Louis King, and 2019 stars Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis. Here’s Richards with some of the younger guys:

Bamba won’t announce until the spring, but Green’s announcement is scheduled for this weekend. Syracuse is still the favorite for the five-star point guard, but last night’s visit is very good news for Kentucky, who is looking to come out of the early signing period with a point guard and momentum.

Even if Kentucky doesn’t land Green, judging by his tweets last night, they seem to be in a pretty good position with fellow five-star floor general Trae Young:

Oklahoma and Kentucky are considered to be the frontrunners for Young, but he had plenty of tweets about Kansas after their big win in the nightcap. So, who knows.

Still, keep those ears perked for news regarding Green. Even though he’s not announcing until Saturday, the early signing period ends today, meaning he could send his papers in…

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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1 Comment for Mo Bamba and Quade Green seemed to enjoy Kentucky’s win last night

  1. Megan
    11:17 pm November 16, 2016 Permalink

    Waiting for someone to tell us that he knows a person at Quade’s high school who saw some papers left in a fax machine (does anyone still use those?) indicating that Quade was signing with [enter university here]. That someone will also explain that he can’t divulge the identity of his source or tell us how he knows this source, but the source is trustworthy. This someone will further explain that he has been right about other recruits, whom he also won’t identify, so ignore him at your peril.

    We used to get that kind of comment every year.