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Kentucky Wildcats Wednesday Quickies: Mychal Mulder Official Edition

The newest member of the 2015/2016 Kentucky Wildcats made it official yesterday, Thon Maker plans on a December timeline, FIFA is dirty, LeBron James is still the King, and other Kentucky news.

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The 2015 Kentucky Wildcats officially gained a knock down three point shooter yesterday when JUCO guard Mychal Mulder signed his National Letter of Intent. Coach Cal had this to say about Mulder:

"I’m so excited to be coaching Mychal," UK head coach John Calipari said. "He’s been in a great program the last two years and been pushed hard by a terrific coach. His teams have won and he’s shared, yet he was still rewarded as a First Team All-American. He fits our program."

That last part is important. He fits our program. Cal has made it clear that only certain guys can play at Kentucky, and that became even more clear during this recruiting season. Mulder will be in Lexington in June to start the summer session at UK and he will be able to work out with the team. Welcome aboard!

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All the misses will be forgotten if John Calipari can land this kid. Do work, John.

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