Big Blue Madness Visitors

Courier Journal/Mike Weaver

Big Blue Madness is setting up to be one of the biggest recruiting stations for the 2018 class especially. Although there will be 2019-2021 guys there, it will be hard not to focus on the stars in the room Friday night. Don’t forget to be loud and proud for these guys! Show them the love.

2018 Class

Immanuel Quickley actually had to cancel his visit to Kentucky due to it interfering with his high school team. Although it would have been a nice touch to have Quickley come with Zion for at least one visit, we can’t always have the best of both worlds. Quickley did tell the Big Blue Nation to show him some love on tonight earlier via Twitter.

If you haven’t heard about Zion by now by either social media or YouTube then you must be living under a rock. A YouTube sensation with his dunking and ranked 2nd overall by every recruiting site to be found. This will be Zion’s first official visit to Kentucky, his original date was canceled due to a death in his family.

Bol Bol, a 7’3 monster who can drain 3-Point shots all day long. He seemed to basically have Kentucky off his radar and with Shareef O’Neal his long time friend at Arizona, we thought that’d be his likely destination. Now with the recent scandal involving Arizona and USC, he cut both from his list and things quickly swung back to Kentucky’s favor.

Garland has been trending towards Vanderbilt for quite some time now.

Kentucky hold 100% in the crystal ball currently for Wiseman. He was one of the first to receive a Kentucky offer. Evan Daniels of scout had this to say: Told me that Kentucky is recruiting him really hard, Daniels said. “He mentioned a couple other schools, North Carolina and Kansas, but Kentucky seems to be out in front on this one.”

He currently holds an offer from Kentucky.

He took an unofficial visit to Kentucky on Sept. 23, where he was given a scholarship by Calipari.

Coach Calipari recently visited Maxey at his high school.

Brakefield holds early offers from Baylor, Houston, Ole Miss and Virginia Tech. He visited Kentucky last year.

Harmon is a home-state kid. He recently visited Kansas.


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