Tennessee reporter Gene Henley says Blackshear will visit Texas A&M this weekend.
According to a source, Kerry Blackshear has narrowed his choices down to Tennessee and Kentucky. Will visit A&M and former coach Buzz Williams this weekend, could also visit Juwan Howard and Michigan.— Gene Henley (@genehenley3) June 20, 2019
Decision likely next week.
At this point, take everything with a grain of salt until a more reliable source puts out more info.
After hosting Kerry Blackshear and his family for a visit, John Calipari has departed from Lexington and is flying to New York for the NBA Draft.
That means Blackshear has probably made a decision on his next move, whether that’s to commit to a school or take another visit. Either way, we should get a real update shortly...
Kerry Blackshear Jr. is on campus and now the BBN waits to see if he will make a decision before leaving campus or return home to contemplate where he will play next season.
Blackshear is the Virginia Tech grad transfer that tested the NBA waters but ultimately decided to return to college coming off of a stellar season for the Hokies, in which he averaged nearly 15 points and 7.5 rebounds on a VA Tech squad that went to the Sweet 16 and nearly eliminated Duke.
Blackshear would immediately come in and likely start for the Wildcats, creating the most experienced frontcourt in the John Calipari era at Kentucky alongside fellow grad transfer Nate Sestina, junior Nick Richards and sophomore EJ Montgomery.
Blackshear is considering some other schools, including Florida, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Michigan State, Gonzaga and others, but many believe Kentucky could be the frontrunner or neck-and-neck with Florida in the race to land him for his final collegiate season.
Landing Blackshear would be monumental for next year’s Kentucky squad. Blackshear has the ability to be a go-to big man and another threat on a team that looks to have several offensive weapons. Adding Blackshear would also give Kentucky a considerable amount of depth in the frontcourt, which can be very beneficial when guys get into foul trouble.
Some reports say that Blackshear wants to make a decision this week, and it is not out of the realm that a decision could come today. If rumors come out regarding a decision today, one would almost have to assume Kentucky would be the pick, so we will officially be on Kerry Blackshear watch today to see if he announces his decision.
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