Kentucky’s John Calipari and Tony Barbee were in attendance to watch 2018 center Moses Brown and 2019 point guard Cole Anthony on Thursday, according to Pat Lawless on Twitter. Both are stars of Archbishop Molloy in Jamaica, New York.
Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari & assistant coach Tony Barbee will be in to see '18 C Moses Brown & '19 PG Cole Anthony tonight.— Pat Lawless (@PatLawless_) December 7, 2017
Brown is a five-star center, ranked the No. 17 player in his class by 247 Sports. It wasn’t clear if there was still any interest from Kentucky’s side on Brown, but apparently there is. He has 16 offers, but Kentucky still isn’t one of them.
After losing out on Bol Bol, Calipari may look to Brown to try to get a five-star center in 2018. Maryland is currently the favorite in his crystal ball, with 82 percent of the predictions.
Anthony is a five-star center and ranked the No. 3 player in his class. He has 10 offers (Kentucky not being one of them yet). Calipari visited Anthony back in February, but this appears to be the first noticeable interaction since.
Duke is currently the unanimous selection in Anthony’s Crystal Ball.