The number four overall player in the Class of 2018, Cameron Reddish, recently hosted Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari and assistant Tony Barbee on an in-home visit.
Cameron Reddish, a '18 wing from Team Final, had an in-home visit with Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari & assistant Tony Barbee yesterday.— Pat Lawless (@PatLawless_) April 10, 2017
The Westtown School wing, who stands at 6’8 and 195 pounds, is considered a heavy Duke lean at this point in his recruitment, with seven of eight predictions on 247 Sports leaning toward the Blue Devils.
Reddish is also a teammate of 2017 uncommitted big man Mohamed Bamba, who has Kentucky and Duke in his final four schools.
Reddish visited for Big Blue Madness last October and holds other offers for Arizona, Duke, Kansas, UCONN, Villanova, and Virginia. He recently had visits with Duke and Villanova this past weekend.
On the EYBL Circuit last travel season, Reddish averaged 15.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists.
It’s also worth pointing out that Reddish lives in Norristown, Pennsylvania, which is close to where Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cameron Johnson is currently. Perhaps Calipari planned a visit to see both of them this weekend, especially since Calipari offered Johnson last week.
But Reddish is more than enough reason to make that trip. He’s one of the best 2018 has to offer, and Calipari is working hard to secure his services.