After the conclusion of his official visit, Cam’Ron Fletcher announced his intentions to commit to the Kentucky Wildcats for the 2020 season.
Fletcher is the second commit for the 2020 Wildcats class, and the second to do so on his official visit, BJ Boston being the other one.
But Fletcher’s commitment did come out of nowhere, much like Boston’s commitment, and of course, UK Twitter lit up.
Now, with both Jalen Green and Josh Christopher coming to Lexington soon, will the dice stay hot and will John Calipari and the Wildcats two more huge commitments?
Here’s some of the best tweets from Fletcher’s commitment:
Cam’Ron Fletcher to Kentucky is a move i’ve expected to happen since July 13th when I put my crystal ball in. He’s raved about Kentucky to me for a while, now commute. Like I said, they’re not done, expected to have a loaded class.— Jake (@jakeweingarten) August 4, 2019
Just saw that Cam'ron Fletcher, a Top 40ish type wing committed to Kentucky. Kid is super athletic, and should be a really good two-way player at both the college level and beyond. Best basketball is definitely ahead of him. REALLY nice pickup for the Wildcats— Aaron Torres (@Aaron_Torres) August 4, 2019
Cam'Ron Fletcher recruitment snapshot:— Chris Fisher (@ChrisFisher247) August 4, 2019
6-22-19: Unofficial Visit/Offer
8-1-19: Official Visit
Two of last three four-start recruits to play at Kentucky have outperformed and become lottery picks— KY Insider (@KyInsider) August 4, 2019
Is Cam’Ron Fletcher next?
(Does not include the 2019 class)
Kentucky’s newest commit Cam’Ron Fletcher pic.twitter.com/Zv6cMXT2I9— KY Clips (@KY_Clips) August 4, 2019
Back in November, John Calipari and Tony Barbee attended the Thanksgiving Hoopfest in Dallas to watch Tyrese Maxey. Also on the court that night? Cam'Ron Fletcher, who caught Calipari's eye with 22 points and 9 rebounds in a 62-59 win.— Chris Fisher (@ChrisFisher247) August 4, 2019
MKG was a long, athletic small forward that played at Kentucky.— Shawn Smith (@gbbcountry) August 4, 2019
Cam’Ron Fletcher is a long, athletic small forward that will play at Kentucky. https://t.co/s2yfU8r2cc
But the basketball Cats didn’t get all of the attention this weekend. On Saturday, the football team held its annual Fan Day, which provided us with a great look at the 2019 football team on what was a gorgeous day in Lexington.
Here are some of the best reactions and highlights from Saturday’s fun at Kroger Field:
Some nice additions to Kroger Field. pic.twitter.com/tfTh2pXPeK— Tres Terrell (@TerrellTres) August 3, 2019
@IsaiahGibson_96 @Courtney_Love51 I gotta brag on Isaiah. We missed a high five when he walked by, then he came back and took a min to visit with my boys and get a picture. THIS MAKES ME SO PROUD of what the staff is doing. Thank you You gave my kids a forever moment. pic.twitter.com/78gVHRPoGJ— Ryan Hillenbrand (@RyanHillenbrand) August 3, 2019
B.J. Alexander’s name hasn’t been mentioned much through pre-preseason but he’s got a shot to do something. pic.twitter.com/5FJA3S7oC5— Josh Moore (@JoshMooreHL) August 3, 2019
Cedrick Dort Jr. has made some solid plays in passing scrimmages. pic.twitter.com/zCKAVSsyGd— Josh Moore (@JoshMooreHL) August 3, 2019
Freshmen Taj Dodson (DB) and Demarcus Harris with a nice bout for a Sawyer Smith ball. pic.twitter.com/8aHD6eUYM4— Josh Moore (@JoshMooreHL) August 3, 2019
Mark Stoops on the big turnout of fans that showed up today, and the countless autographs he signed: “We’d like to do that more. We got a great fan base.” pic.twitter.com/YotK8NdrcL— Tres Terrell (@TerrellTres) August 3, 2019