It appears as if the Kentucky Wildcats won’t have anymore players opt to test the NBA Draft waters. Jacob Toppin, Keion Brooks and Shaedon Sharpe are the only three players opting to go through the process and receive feedback.
With John Calipari saying that Jacob Toppin will be on the roster next season, it appears as if Keion Brooks and Shaedon Sharpe are the only two that will have decisions to make about turning pro.
I don’t expect either of them to return but that’s not based on anything concrete. Keion Brooks gave what seemed to be like a farewell speech after losing to St. Peter’s and, although he left his eligibility open, it certainly seems he’s going to stay in the draft.
Calipari will still add a few more pieces to the team, Antonio Reeves commiting is seemingly imminent, then will be ready to roll.
Tweets of the Day
Collins makes it official. Big expectations are on the horizon.
A few people have asked me how Chin and Cal seem to be getting along this weekend. There’s no issue. Big yuck-yucks between them every time I look over. Genuinely seems like there’s good staff energy. Antigua isn’t here (he’s at Adidas) but literally everyone loves him.— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_ATH) April 23, 2022
The two had some heated moments on the bench last season.
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