The Kentucky Wildcats coaching staff will reportedly be talking with another five-star guard just a week after offering Skyy Clark.
Travis Graf of Rivals reports that the UK staff will be meeting via zoom with point guard Jaden Bradley this week.
Kentucky’s staff is supposed to have a Zoom meeting with 2022 five-star point guard Jaden Bradley and his family sometime this week. They’re trying to pinpoint a day that works for both parties.— Travis Graf (@TravGraf_Rivals) July 6, 2020
2022 five-star Skyy Clark just received an offer from the ‘Cats. Is Bradley next? pic.twitter.com/qRzDMCI9pJ
Bradley is a consensus five-star recruit who is rated by 247 Sports Composite as the second-best point guard in the class of 2022, as well as the nation’s ninth-ranked overall player. He is a native of Rochester (NY), but is now playing his high school ball at IMG Academy in Florida, where Brandon Huntley-Hatfield is also at.
As of June, the five-star recruit was not planning on any sort of reclassification to the class of 2021, meaning if he ends up in Lexington, it likely won’t be until the 2022-23 season.
The 6-2, 178-pound guard currently holds offers from several top programs such as North Carolina, Kansas, Louisville, Florida, Florida State, Michigan and Tennessee. Seeing as how 2022 recruit Skyy Clark just picked up an offer from the Wildcats last week, perhaps they’ll be offering Bradley this week whenever the meeting takes place.
There are currently no 247 Crystal Ball projections or Rivals FutureCast picks for Bradley.