It’s only been a few weeks since the college basketball season came to a screeching halt, but a pair of Kentucky Basketball signees are making it pretty clear that they’re ready to head to Lexington and begin preparing for next season.
Take a look at the tweets from two of Kentucky’s top commitments for the Class of 2020: Terrence Clarke and BJ Boston.
Feels so far away but I feel like I can touch it Can’t wait to touchdown in the BIG LEX w the guys! #BBN— Terrence Clarke (@terrenceclarke_) March 31, 2020
March 31, 2020
Boston and Clarke figure to be among the top perimeter duos in the country next season, as they team up in Lexington in hopes of finishing the season with a ninth national title.
It remains to be seen what the team will look like next year, but no matter the make up of the team, Boston and Clarke figure to be two of the biggest pieces. We should all be looking forward to their arrival.
Tweet of the Day
No April Fools joke here, it’s really been 11 years to the day since @UKCoachCalipari was announced as our head coach. pic.twitter.com/leOd0MJJM6— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) April 1, 2020
It sure doesn’t feel like it’s been 11 years.
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