Cam Reddish is a 5 Star SF from Norristown, PA. It looks like he is a Duke lean right now but never count out John Calipari. The 6’8″ forward has done nothing but show out during the circuit including a 44 point performance at the Peach Jam.
Let’s all hope that Coach Cal can pull this one out and bring this guy to the right Blue and White.
This weekend thankfully kicks off football season.
Before Morten Andersen, Terrell Davis, Kenny Easley, Jerry Jones, Jason Taylor, LaDainian Tomlinson and Kurt Warner will be officially inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, the Hall of Fame game will feature the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals. BBN does have rooting interest in this game because former Wildcat Corey Peters will be playing in this season starting exhibition. Last year Peters came off an Achilles injury that forced him to miss the entire 2015 season. He played well but didn’t bounce back fully. Hopefully this year Peters can get back to his pre-injury numbers. In 2013, Peters had his best season tallying 46 tackles and 5 sacks. In March of 2015 Corey signed a three year deal with the Cardinals for $9 million. With this being a contract year I believe he will be striving to show the Cardinals and the NFL as a whole what he is really worth.
Darius wore #21 most of his high school career and some in Germany so it isn’t really that new to him.
However, he has always been known for wearing the lucky #1 in his four years at Kentucky. While in NOLA the first time he had to wear the #2 because #1 was already taken. Now he must move on to another number. He will be wearing #21 again this season. But I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to see him as anything but #1. Number 1 on the floor and number 1 in our hearts for four years.
Miller finished his college years having played more games for Kentucky than any other player. He was and is the ultimate example of a homegrown hero. He has won at every stage possible. He won a state championship in 2008. After his senior season in high school, Miller was named “Kentucky Mr. Basketball.” He won SEC championships. He also won the ultimate NCCA Championship his last season at Kentucky. He has won three consecutive German championships. The only thing missing from his resume of wins, an NBA ring. That dream mat not be as far fetched this season though.
No matter what number he continues to wear, he’ll always hold a special place in the hearts of the Big Blue Nation.
4 PM on CBS will kick things off down in Mississippi, then a noon kickoff for the in state battle against Eastern, and finally the SEC opener in Columbia, South Carolina against the Gamecocks will be at 7:30!
This is truly unfortunate for the former Kentucky guard. He took his college team on an amazing run in the tournament and BBN will never forget him for that. Hope he can recover completely and come back stronger!
Nerlens Noel knows how much he’s worth. Now, will Dallas agree with him and show him the money?
September 2nd will mark the beginning of a huge year for Mark Stoops’ program. From what I’ve seen the players, coaches, trainers, media, and fans are ready for the season to start. In the coming weeks we will have a full season preview, a look at our roster, and an overview of the current recruits. Until then let me know what you think our Win/loss record will be this year.