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Both Jarred Vanderbilt and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander made big jumps in the final Top247 rankings.
Jarred Vanderbilt jumped 9 total spots to #8 overall becoming the highest rated Cat so far. (Mohamed Bamba sits at #2 and remains uncommitted at this time)
Hamidou Diallo who came on campus last season is now ranked #10. And will join the Cats in the upcoming season.
PJ Washington comes in at #18.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who was the MVP and the three-point contest winner at the Derby Classic, jumped a massive 23 spots making him a 5-star player and is rated #19.
Nick Richards checked in at #14.
Quade Green sits at #30.
Late commit, Jemarl Baker,was #83.
6 top 30 and 5 5-stars ain’t too shabby for this group of Cats. It could go through the roof with a late commit from Bamba. Stay tuned…
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Jemarl Baker was on fire from the outside vs. Lonzo Ball and Chino Hills at the Corona Centennial’s BattleZone on December 2, 2015. Baker finished with 30 points, while hitting 80% from the 3 point line.
Hamidou Diallo Player Breakdown
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“This week’s breakdown features five-star shooting guard and Kentucky commit, Hamidou Diallo. Although he’s classified as a 2017 recruit, Diallo graduated early and enrolled at Kentucky this spring. This allowed him to participate with this year’s team while working out and sitting on the bench. I expect this extra experience to pay dividends as he’ll know the system and the expectations before the remaining 2017 recruits arrive this summer.”
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Kentucky beat out Florida, Syracuse, Texas and UNLV to land 4 star Shai Gilgeous Alexander.
Here’s how ESPN breaks down his ranking.
Evan Daniels of Scout.com caught up with Shai recently at the Nike Hoops Summit to talk about the Cats.
Check him out doing work.
Kentucky’s four McDonald’s All-Americans discuss playing together next season.
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