Now that the transfer portal gives a one time free pass to all college athletes, it is expected that Kentucky will have a volatile roster year-in and year-out. However, you can still expect to see John Calipari recruiting the top high school players that are available. In the 2023 class, the big fish is DJ Wagner.
Wagner is the son of former Memphis (under John Calipari) star DaJuan Wagner. And while it seems Coach Cal has maintained a strong relationship with his former player over the years, this recruitment is all but a done deal.
But in a recent interview with On3.com, Wagner said that he has not heard from Kenny Payne and the Louisville Cardinals. Especially when you consider the fact that Wagner’s grandfather played at Louisville with Payne, how can that be the case?
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DJ Wagner Said Louisville hasn’t offered him yet or started recruiting him and he’s not focused on recruiting right now pic.twitter.com/Kv3xk8Eiym— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) April 2, 2022
Krzyzewski’s career came to gut-wrenching close after Caleb Love made a key 3-pointer and three late free throws to lift the Tar Heels to their thrill-a-minute victory.
What a great day. Will we see Kentucky cut the nets down again with Calipari as head coach?
Oscar is going to need an Oscar-sized trophy case for all of his trophies.
It should come as no surprise that Coach K is fine with burning the whole NCAA down on his way out the door.
The Jayhawks are headed back to the National Championship game for the first time since losing to Kentucky in 2012.
Kentucky does not often bring in JUCO players for basketball, but this kid seems to be a real sharp shooter.
With the Knicks out of the playoff picture, it is hard to blame Randle for taking time away to get healthy.
It is great to see Kentucky’s baseball team winning games again.
How could the dead man not mention Foley’s contribution to his success?