The 2020-21 edition of the Kentucky Wildcats are finally starting to reach Lexington, after much delay and uncertainty due to COVID-19.
New Wildcat Olivier Sarr was the first to announce that he had made it back to Lexington, and other Wildcats have since been following suit.
University of Kentucky— Olivier Sarr (@sarr_olivier) June 28, 2020
Looks like Olivier Sarr has also arrived in the Bluegrass state ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/bb79mJULKb— Kentucky Men’s Basketball Daily (@kentucky_daily) June 28, 2020
back at my second home today, can’t wait to work !— Dontaie A11en (@dontaieallen11) June 28, 2020
Dontaie Allen is moved back in, ready to go in Lexington.— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) June 29, 2020
His uncle Joe helped him get situated: “Everything went well. He’s glad to be back!” pic.twitter.com/hpq3hW0Fte
Kentucky signee Cam’Ron Fletcher is all moved in. His mother, Tamika, tells KSR “the process was smooth” and everything went well. pic.twitter.com/iC9mDyPD4M— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) June 29, 2020
Let’s gooooooo— Olivier Sarr (@sarr_olivier) June 29, 2020
Tap in— BO$$MAN (@bossmanfat1) June 29, 2020
Can’t wait to get back to work! Step 1 towards #9 begins today. https://t.co/7wd7Ip72RX— DeWayne Peevy (@UKDeWaynePeevy) June 28, 2020
The upcoming college basketball season has not yet been postponed or delayed, and we might not know much until we get closer to college football season. But if the season goes ahead as planned, the new edition of Wildcats will be one of the more fun we have seen in quite some time.
One question, not COVID-19 related, still remaining is the eligibility of transfer Olivier Sarr. For some reason, the NCAA has not made a decision of Sarr’s eligibility despite the appeal being filed almost immediately after Sarr announced his decision to transfer to Kentucky.
We’ll update this post as more reactions come in.