Julius Mays feels ‘sorry for anybody who has to guard’ Julius Randle

Julius Mays photo by Tammie Brown | Wildcatworld,com
photo by Tammie Brown | Wildcatworld,com

Maybe overdoes his compliments for because of their shared first name.

I doubt it.

Mays played with four of Kentucky’s freshmen recently before heading overseas to start his own pro career, according to Jerry Tipton, and Randle drew a rave review from last year’s senior leader.

“A pit bull,” Mays said. “That’s what I call him. He’s scary on the court. I feel sorry for anybody that has to guard him. Because he’s a dog. He just goes and gets it.”