This week has already been pretty crazy when it comes to the Kentucky Wildcats basketball program.
Well, in the midst of all the chaos, it appears that one of John Calipari’s potential transfer targets is ready to announce his commitment.
Illinois transfer Adam Miller took to social media on Wednesday night to announce the news that a commitment will be coming May 1st.
Appears Illinois transfer Adam Miller will announce his commitment on May 1. pic.twitter.com/FYNA5mSYFP— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) April 22, 2021
Several schools have been tossed around when it comes to potential landing spots for Miller. The most popular though currently is that he commits to play for Will Wade and LSU. DePaul, Michigan, and several others have been mentioned alongside LSU and Kentucky.
Miller played in 31 games, as a freshman for the Illini this past season. He averaged 8.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, and 0.8 assists. He also shot 39.1 percent from the field and 34 percent from three.
A former top-35 recruit in the class of 2020, Adam has been one of the most sought after transfers in the country. With a good shooting touch, and solid playmaking abilities he will be an instant contributor to whatever program he is playing for next season.
Kentucky seems to be in a decent spot for Miller, even though his recruitment has been practically silent throughout the process. He recently was working out with Kentucky signee Bryce Hopkins, and Hopkins father made it known they would like to see him at UK with Bryce. Not to mention the other connection of the rumblings of Orlando Antiqua joining the Kentucky staff from Illinois.
Either way, one recruit is about to make his decision, and that will help shed some light on what direction the staff will go in.