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Top Recruit James Young Chooses Kentucky


(NCAABB)  It was just last week that the Harrison twins had committed to the Kentucky Wildcats. This afternoon they also got 6’6″ top 10 in the nation James Young. The announcement came today that he will be heading to Lexington next fall.

With rumors in the air that Julius Randle and Andrew Wiggins will possibility be joining the Blue Nation, which sparks Kentucky’s upcoming recruiting class being dominate in their league. Maybe even a Dynasty…

From CBS Sport: “Another week, another top-10 prospect makes his college decision on national television and yet another elite player chooses Kentucky. One week after John Calipari’s Wildcats landed top-five twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, small forward James Young made his announcement. To no one’s surprise, the No. 7-ranked prospect in the class of 2013 picked Kentucky. “I will be headed to the University of Kentucky,” Young said, pulling out a Kentucky shirt. Young, a 6-foot-6 scoring swingman from Rochester (Mich.), also had Michigan State, Syracuse and Kansas in his final four. However, Kentucky had been the heavy favorite in Young’s recruitment since the Wildcats made a serious move on him in the spring. “I love their offensive system,” Young told CBSSports.com over the summer. “[John] Calipari is a good coach. I like the way they play offense and defense; they get up and down the floor. It’s a good educational school, too.” It really was only a matter of time before Young made it official. “I watched them growing up,” Young said at the time. “They like to win, and that’s something I like to do. I just always liked Kentucky.”

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