Sources Say They Believe Knight is a Wildcat!

Future Kentucky Wildcat?

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The Miami-Herald is reporting that sources believe Brandon Knight will announce he is going to Kentucky on Wednesday when they wrote:

The two-time National Gatorade Player of the Year has kept things close to the vest since narrowing his choices to Kentucky, Kansas, Syracuse, Florida and Connecticut but several sources believe Kentucky will emerge victorious in the Knight sweepstakes.

If those rumors are true, then the 6-4 Knight will most likely start immediately at point guard.

The key word in this report is BELIEVE. It has been rumored for weeks that Knight will ultimately land at Kentucky. The fit is truly perfect. Immediate playing time, talent ultimately around him with Miller, Kanter, Poole, Dodson and maybe even Patrick Patterson. Of course this doesn’t include other recruits that will ultimately make the annual pilgrimage to the ULTIMATE Basketball program in the country. Not to mention a Coach who specializes in developing NBA Point Guards.

Knight is a straight A student, so it only makes sense for him to enhance his game under a Coach known for developing NBA Players. Ultimately I believe Knight is a Wildcat, but my opinion is exactly that, an opinion. We’ll all know on Wednesday when Brandon ends the saga on ESPNU.

Full story at The Miami-Herald.

Kudo’s to Nation of Blue’s Section 137 on breaking the news.


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