The decisions have been made, and now we’re left to address what Kentucky will look like next year.
With Wenyen Gabriel and Jarred Vanderbilt out the door and PJ Washington returning, Kentucky has lost it’s best rebounder and one of its most versatile players. But, the Wildcats get to keep one of the team’s most efficient players and best big men in Washington.
And the roster isn’t complete yet. Stanford graduate transfer Reid Travis is likely to join Kentucky to help make up for the loss of Vanderbilt down low (and on the glass).
Tweets of the day
To the best fans in the world, I couldn’t be more honored to have worn that Kentucky name across my chest for the past two years. It truly has been a blessing. To all those who have supported me, I just want to say thank you. My time here will never be forgotten... wish me well! pic.twitter.com/zpukdXMcf1— UPMΛN™ (@WenyenGabriel) May 30, 2018
BBN, Thank you for endless support and being patient with me through this decision. Kentucky will always be my second home!!! ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/awGVHQ2MwJ— Jarred Vanderbilt (@JVando) May 31, 2018
Jarred Vanderbilt makes 2018 NBA Draft decision at deadline - SEC Country
Jarred Vanderbilt on Wednesday became John Calipari’s first part-of-one-and-done. Despite suffering two injuries and playing just 14 games in his lone season at Kentucky, Vanderbilt decided to stay in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Wenyen Gabriel makes his decision to remain in 2018 NBA Draft - Cats' Pause
Wenyen Gabriel will keep his name in the NBA draft.
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Those around Stanford program believe Reid Travis will end up at Kentucky | Kentucky Sports Radio
More good news surrounding Reid Travis to Kentucky... According to David Sisk of Rivals.com, two sources around the Stanford program believe the First-Team All-Pac-12 transfer will end up at Kentucky.
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