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Kentucky coaching staff in attendance for 2 top recruits in 2022 class

Calipari and his staff are looking to add some of the nation’s top talent.

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John Calipari and his new staff are back on the road recruiting and evaluating players, as they’re looking to bring in some of the nation’s top talent in future classes.

Travis Graf of Rivals has reported that Calipari and Chin Coleman are at an event in Hoover watching 2022 small forward Chris Livingston.

Also in the building is Orlando Antigua and Jai Lucas, who are watching 2022 shooting guard Keyonte George.

Livingston is currently ranked as the No. 5 overall player in the class and is the No. 2 overall small forward via 247 Sports Composite.

The 6-6 wing from Akron, Ohio recently visited Kentucky back on June 11th through the 13th. He had nothing but positive things to say of that visit in an interview with Jacob Polacheck of Zagsblog.com.

“Coach Cal is a great guy. He’s really personable, considering how much of a legend he is and how big his status is in the basketball community and the world. He’s down to earth, easy to talk to, funny and cool. I like him. The coaching staff was nice and welcomed my family.”

There are currently four Rivals FutureCast predictions in favor of Memphis to land Livingston.

Keyonte George is currently ranked as the No. 4 overall player in the class and is the No. 1 overall shooting guard according to 247 Sports Composite.

The 6-foot-4 guard has been high on Kentucky’s radar. However, there have been recruiting analyst that believe Texas is the current leader to land George.

As of right now, Texas holds 100% of the 247 Crystal Ball predictions for George, so it will be interesting to see if Kentucky can pull off a recruiting upset over the course of the coming months. The last five Rivals FutureCast picks have been in favor of Texas to land George.

Check out some highlights of the two in action.

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