Biggest Trash Talker – 2011 UK Recruits

Jeff Goodman of FoxSports.com polled nearly 30 of the top recruits across the country from the 2011 Class.

The objective was to get an idea of who the players thought had the best to offer in a number of categories as scouts can often see one thing, while players see something completely different. They had 10 categories that they asked the guys to provide their opinion on, and in most cases, they listed the top three vote-getters.

Kentucky commits and targeted recruits ranked high in several categories, including Best Trash Talker.

Best Player:
Kentucky commit Michael Gilchrist tied for first place with Austin Rivers, each receiving 7 votes.

Best Defender:
Michael Gilchrist was the outright winner with 6 total votes.

Best Playmaker:
No surprise here as Kentucky commit Marquis Teague walked away, grabbing 10 total votes.

Biggest Trash Talker – My personal favorite:
The Cats had two in the top three, 2011 recruits target Quincy Miller and Tony Wroten Jr. By the way, Tony is the KING of Twitter…

Hardest Worker:
Once again, 2011 UK commit Michael Gilchrist walked away with a total of 8 votes.

There you have it, the Cats once again dominating in 5 of the 10 topics covered. Go Cats!!!

Full article HERE

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