Three of the Kentucky Wildcats’ incoming No. 1 recruiting class are getting work in together while waiting to get in campus in Lexington.
Kentucky signees BJ Boston, Terrence Clarke, and Devin Askew are all working out together in Los Angeles pic.twitter.com/7fHkNWmOlO— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) May 16, 2020
Even more exciting for Kentucky fans? Clarke flew all the way out to California from New Hampshire just to work out with Boston and Askew, who are both California natives. Terrence Clarke and BJ Boston are both top-10 recruits, making Kentucky the only program in the country to sign two top-10 players this season.
This should be a scary sight for Kentucky fans, and even college basketball fans, as Boston, Clarke, and Askew are already working together and gearing up for the season, whether we have fans or not.
With UK President Eli Capilouto saying the University will be open for fall classes, the recruits, as well as the three transfers, should be making their way to campus soon. With all the players staying in the Wildcat lodge, it’s a controlled environment where players can be quarantined together with little contact to anybody other than their teammates.
We may be in for a weird season with potentially no fans at Rupp for a few months, if not the whole season, but this Kentucky team will still put on a show for the Big Blue Nation.