Something special might be brewing in the world of Kentucky basketball recruiting…
This evening, two prominent recruiting edit social media pages, YANN Edits and Tipton Edits, released a potential “dream class” for Kentucky, and some of the program’s top targets seem to be very, very intrigued.
Both accounts published their own specific edits, but the classes were the same in each. Their potential commitments for Kentucky’s 2020 recruiting class? Jalen Green, Terrence Clarke, Josh Christopher, BJ Boston, Isaiah Todd, Cam’Ron Fletcher, and Lance Ware.
Here are both posts:
After the pages released their respective edits, the Kentucky targets let the world know that they just might be intrigued with the idea of forming a super class in Lexington next year.
2020 five-star guard Josh Christopher posted one of the edits on his Instagram story with a simple, yet extremely meaningful emoji:
Meanwhile, 2021 top-three prospect and major reclassification candidate Terrence Clarke posted the same edit on his Instagram story with the caption, “Oh my…”
Kentucky commit Cam’Ron Fletcher added the edit to his story with the eyeballs emoji added as a caption, while 2020 four-star forward Lance Ware also added the edit to his story.
You can see all four screenshots on my tweet below:
— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) September 3, 2019
Confused as to what the heck this all means? Don’t worry, I can assure you it’s a good thing.
To put it simply, Kentucky’s “dream class” includes five players ranked in the top-ten by at least one recruiting service, along with two other top-50 prospects with high potential. And at least four of them are seemingly interested in making it happen.
For those keeping track at home, this would easily be John Calipari’s biggest haul during his time in Lexington and you could make a serious argument that this would contend for the greatest recruiting class of all time.
In the words of Terrence Clarke himself, “Oh my…”