Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Uncommitted 2012 Recruiting

The only thing dampening the outlook of the upcoming championship-potential season for the UK basketball squad is the fans worrying about the Wildcats' nonexistent 2012 recruiting class. Ryan Harrow will be a monster ... but the surround cupboards are currently bare. Never fear, though. Here's a quick post to relax your nerves ever so slightly.

Committed:
Ryan Harrow (PG, #24 in 2010) - 6'0" 160 lb.

Potential Commits:
Shabazz Muhammad (SF, #1 in 2012) - 6'6" 215 lb. (UK in top 8)
Andre Drummond (C, #2 in 2012) - 6'10" 275 lb. (UK in top 5)
Mitch McGary (PF, #3 in 2012) - 6'10" 225 lb. (UK in top 6)
Brandon Ashley (PF, #6 in 2012) - 6'8" 215 lb. (UK in top 4)
Kaleb Tarczewski (C, #7 in 2012) - 7'0" 220 lb. (UK in top 4)
Anthony Bennett (PF, #8 in 2012) - 6'8" 230 lb. (UK in top 10)
Archie Goodwin (SG, #9 in 2012) - 6'5" 181 lb. (UK in top 8)
DaJuan Coleman (C, #11 in 2012) - 6'10" 280 lb. (UK in top 3)
Ricardo Ledo (SG, #12 in 2012) - 6'6" 180 lb. (UK in top 5)
Robert Carter (PF, #18 in 2012) - 6'8" 250 lb. (UK in top 7)
Alex Poythress (SF, #19 in 2012) - 6'7" 215 lb. (UK in top 5)
Devonta Pollard (SF, #21 in 2012) - 6'7" 200 lb. (UK in top 6)
Perry Ellis (PF, #27 in 2012) - 6'8" 220 lb. (UK in top 4)
T.J. Warren (SF, #30 in 2012) - 6'7" 205 lb. (UK in top 8)
Willie Cauley (C, #38 in 2012) - 6'11" 210 lb. (UK in top 5)
Torian Graham (SG, #41 in 2012) - 6'4" 200 lb. (UK in top 8)

Here's my hope for UK's incoming class. I'd absolutely lose my ish if we wound up getting Shabazz, Drummond, or McGary, but it's not sounding like we're really any of their priorities. So let's "settle" for these guys:

PG - Ryan Harrow - freak super-athlete who gets anywhere he wants to, ACC-experienced, plus a reliable jumper.
SG - Archie Goodwin - elite slasher with a long frame and spot-up long-range shooter.
SF - Alex Poythress - athletic defender with good hands who can finish at the rim and rebound.
C - DaJuan Coleman - slightly undersized, super heavyweight rebounder with good hands and polished post game.
C - Willie Cauley - extremely lanky shot-blocker who can run the floor, though extremely unpolished.

... and Free Enes.

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