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I'm not saying you are wrong, but maybe you can explain where I'm messing up, because when I count I have Wiggins or Hawkins as #13.
(This list assumes that Nerlens Noel is leaving)
1. Jon Hood
2. Jarrod Polson
3. Kyle Wiltjer
4. Alex Poythress
5. Willie Cauley-Stein
Current 2013 Class
6. Julius Randle
7. Andrew Harrison
8. Aaron Harrison
9. James Young
10. Marcus Lee
11. Dakari Johnson
12. Derek Willis
13. Andrew Wiggins
13. Dominique Hawkins
Is Hood or Polson not coming back, or maybe moving to walk-on status? Where is that list wrong?
“People who live in the past are afraid to compete in the present. There's no future in it.” -- Sparky Anderson
Here you go. Broke it down yesterday in pinned thread:
Kentuckys current scholarship composition for the 2013-14 basketball season:
1 – Jon Hood (G/F)
LOL, that doesn't help me at all because I'm not a member.
I think I found the answer though. Polson will either be asked to go back to walk-on status or will transfer.
If that's the case I don't like that move at all. Polson gave his all and even won a couple of games for us this year. He deserves to be able to finish his career on scholarship, in my opinion. If there's a player who should be asked to go on walk-on status or transfer it should be Jon Hood, since he's contributed very little in his years here. He was recruited as a scholarship player by a previous staff though, so I can see why it makes less sense to remove his.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jasonukfan 12 months ago
Polson will either get the 13th scholarship or be a walk-on if Wiggins commits. I don't think he intends to transfer anywhere, he would just move on with life after basketball. He has been considering it off an on all year anyway.
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