“I talk to Coach Cal and the assistants all the time through text messages,” Bradley said. “Just telling me to stay in the gym, keep getting better and keeping in contact, building a relationship.” Bradley spoke to Kentucky Sports Radio on the matter.
It was previously reported that Alabama has gained significant steam in Bradley’s recruitment, and while that may still be the case, many assumed that Kentucky was no longer pursuing the 5-star point guard.
Bradley has taken official visits to Alabama, Arizona, Michigan, and North Carolina, with planned official visits to Florida State and Gonzaga.
While Kentucky has yet to host Bradley for a visit, Bradley said that they will “probably talk about it.”
“I’m not sure yet, we’ll probably talk about it and get a visit and figure out a date or something.”
As of now, the chances of Kentucky landing Bradley are very, very slim. Kentucky has prioritized four key pieces for a 2022 backcourt, none of which include Bradley; Shaedon Sharpe, Cason Wallace, Nick Smith Jr., and Skyy Clark (committed.)