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Julius Randle just tweeted he is catching a flight to Lexington with his mom today. He's one of four incoming freshmen expected to enroll in time for the eight-week session that begins Thursday (Willis, Hawkins and Johnson also). The others are expected to be here in time for the shortened six-week session that begins in a few weeks.
This post was edited by Matt May 10 months ago
Just checking: Are all the key returnees going to be in town to greet and compete with the freshmen? I know Wiltjer is trying to make the Canadian National Team, but are Poythress and Cauley-Stein in town? An additional 2 weeks of scrimmages could help both freshmen, and returnees.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by UK69 10 months ago
Should be. All of them will be in summer school, to my knowledge.
I'm pumped for this kid! If anyone can challenge Wiggins as the top player in CBB next season it is Julius.
His bread and butter will come on the block and maybe even the high post next season, but if he continues to improve his outside shot and ball handling he could really cause major mismatches. I think at the collegiate level he will remind a bunch of Cats fans of Monster Mash!
This also got me thinking, what if we decided to go really big? If he and Poythress improve their ball handling enough could we see a lineup of Andrew, AP, Randle, WCS, and Johnson!? Talk about giving up no rebounds.
Dakari Johnson en route as well. Derek Willis already checked in and sending pictures of his locker out via Twitter.
According to the pic of his locker, looks as though Derek Willis will wear No. 35.
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