Connect with us

Kentucky recruit Troy Williams claims there is no current favorite

Troy Williams - photo from DailyPress.com

– photo from DailyPress.com

Troy Williams' list of schools was once trimmed to two finalists — North Carolina and — he has added Louisville, Alabama, Memphis, Indiana, Ohio State, Arkansas, South Carolina and Georgetown. And maybe Kansas, though the Jayhawks had not officially offered as of Friday.  Williams, who will play his senior season at Oak Hill Academy, claims there is no current favorite — “everybody's neutral,” he said. But he acknowledges the possibilities when it comes to close friend and former Peninsula District rival Anthony Barber of Hampton.  Three schools on Williams' list (Alabama, Louisville and Kansas) also are on Barber's much shorter list. Williams says there's a “50-50” chance they'll end up signing with the same school, though he adds it's not something they spend a lot of time talking about.  “If it works out, it works out,” Williams said. “We're not forcing anything.”

 

Read full article here.

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On June 24, 2010, Kentucky had five players drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft. John Wall became the first Wildcat ever named the overall No. 1 pick when he was selected by the Washington Wizards.  DeMarcus Cousins was selected fifth by the Sacramento Kings, Patrick Patterson went 14th to the Houston Rockets, Eric Bledsoe went 18th to the Oklahoma City Thunder and Daniel Orton was picked 29th by the Orlando Magic.

 

Wildcats Born on This Date

More in Kentucky Basketball