Kentucky – No. 2 According To

Coach Cal Wants You has moved UK’s 2010 Recruiting class into the top 5, landing all the way at #2. With the addition of the newly ranked #3 player in the country, Enes Kanter, the Cats take a huge leap in the recruiting polls.

Top 10 Programs as of May 6.

  1. Memphis
  2. Kentucky
  3. Ohio State
  4. North Carolina
  5. North Carolina State
  6. Missouri
  7. Syracuse
  8. Texas
  9. Tennessee
  10. Duke


Five schools enter the 2010 national team recruiting rankings, and a couple schools jumped into the top 10 with late additions to their classes.

Kentucky makes the largest splash, jumping into the rankings at No. 2 thanks to the spring signings of Enes Kanter (No. 3), Brandon Knight (No. 6) and Doron Lamb (No. 21). If Kentucky were to land Terrence Jones, who has yet to decide between UK and Washington, the Wildcats would take over the No. 1 spot for the second year in a row. The signing period ends May 19.

Terrence Jones recently commented that he is “Still committed to Washington,” Jones said on Wednesday, “but I’m not willing to sign anything at this point.”

Currently Kentucky holds verbal commitments from the No. 1 (Michael Gilchrist) and No. 2 (Marquis Teague) Player’s in the nation from the 2011 Class. Sign Jones and the Cats and Calipari could go 3-3 in #1 Recruiting Classes.

Current 2010 Kentucky Class:

  1. Enes Kanter (#3)
  2. Brandon Knight (#6)
  3. Doron Lamb (#21)
  4. Stacey Poole (#33)
  5. Jarrod Polson

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Hat Tip to Bluegrass State Basketball…


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