With summer workouts beginning next week, the new Kentucky men’s basketball players are getting settled in Lexington.
Jack Pilgrim of KSR reported earlier that the three Class of 2021 high school signees have already arrived in Lexington or will be in town by the end of the day in Daimion Collins, TyTy Washington and Bryce Hopkins.
TyTy Washington and Daimion Collins have both arrived in Lexington. Bryce Hopkins graduated this morning and is set to arrive later today, his father tells KSR.— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) May 29, 2021
Move-in day is here, BBN. https://t.co/tGG5AmSu3M
Daimion Collins is in Lexington. pic.twitter.com/DTBLHIpsaF— Tres Terrell (@TerrellTres) May 28, 2021
For all three guys, this is the first time they will really get to dive into the experience the program has to offer, especially since official visits were not a thing this past year.
This three-man class ended up being ranked sixth overall in 2021, according to 247 Sports. The highest-ranked signee is Collins, who comes in at 11th overall via 247.
For the transfer players in this class, they will also be arriving this weekend as well.
With the team now set to be on campus soon, fans can be on the lookout for reports coming out of summer workouts. There will be a bunch of storylines to follow, and we will finally get to see if Coach Cal is serious about this four-out offense.
The other big storyline to follow is if Davion Mintz returns. Coming into this week, the belief was he’d be going pro. However, Calipari’s comments Friday made it sound like there’s a very real chance Mintz is back next season, despite the backcourt being rather crowded.
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