This past Sunday, the Kentucky Wildcats’ basketball team arrived on campus to begin the initial screening process and start preparing for the upcoming season.
On Thursday, Kentucky’s highest-ranked recruit from the 2020 class, Brandon ‘BJ’ Boston (No. 4 overall), posted on his Instagram story that he was in the Joe Craft Center.
It’s great to see one of the newest Wildcats is already working out in his new home, but what is the official policy regarding player workouts?
Shawn Smith of Go Big Blue Country reported that players can go into the Craft Center individually to shoot. However, coaches are not allowed to be with them, and the player can’t go in groups or as a team.
I can confirm this. A source tells Go Big Blue Country players are allowed in the Joe Craft Center to shoot (without coaches). Players can’t go in groups or as a team right now. Everything is individually. https://t.co/6P9trlBv6o— Shawn Smith (@gbbcountry) July 2, 2020
The original plan was to begin activities a few days after the players moved in, and it looks like that is the case, but it’s still unclear when players can begin working out together.