One of the top point guards in the 2022 class may soon be receiving an offer from Kentucky.
Jaden Bradley, the #2 point guard and #9 overall recruit in the 2022 class, heard from the entire Kentucky coaching staff on Monday through a Zoom call, according to Rivals’ Travis Graf.
On Monday, Kentucky’s entire staff lead by John Calipari called five-star Jaden Bradley and his family via Zoom.
No offer was extended, but UK’s staff is working tirelessly to build a relationship. Assistant Joel Justus remains in constant contact with Bradley and his family. pic.twitter.com/QYQju4DUiw
— Travis Graf (@TravGraf_Rivals) July 9, 2020
Graf reported that an offer hadn’t yet been extended, but one would think that with such an effort from the Kentucky coaches, an offer may not be too far behind.
Bradley, who plays at IMG Academy, already holds offers from UCLA, Louisville, North Carolina, Kansas, Florida, and many others. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader’s Ben Roberts, his father confirmed that Bradley and his family had already taken a visit to Kentucky.
Joel Justus has been the primary recruiter for Bradley. Expect an offer to come soon, and Kentucky to be heavily involved with Bradley moving forward.
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The Big Blue Wall.
This is a good move by the university.
LSU comes to Kroger Field next year.
Hopefully they can keep him in Lexington.
Sadly, Stanford probably won’t be the only university to take this step.
Not good news for the return of college football.
The NBA could have looked a lot differently.