UKathletics.com announces, “Posters for the 2017-18 Kentucky men’s and women’s basketball teams were unveiled on Tuesday. They will be distributed at Big Blue Madness presented by Papa John’s on Friday and beginning on Saturday morning at Kroger locations throughout the state.”
Primary Men’s Basketball Poster
Primary Women’s Basketball Poster
Secondary Men’s Basketball Posters
Click here to learn more about the posters.
2017 Kentucky Wildcats in the McDonald’s All-American Game
PJ Washinton Picks Kentucky Over Kansas and North Carolina
Watch the commitment here. Really seems like a quality kid. Another great addition to the #LaFamilia
ESPN lists PJ Washington as the #14 player in the class of 2017.
Here is the long list of schools PJ could have chosen.
We had a caller on the Blue Phone call it to the podcast and ask us who we thought would be the first commit to the class and we said PJ Washington.
You can call the
Blue Phone at 859-780- CATS that’s 859-780-2287
Well, Nick Richards beat him to the punch earlier today, but, we were close.
Check out Nick here.
Kansas missed out on PJ, but, they were Rock-Chalk or whatever they hell they are enough to make this killer mixtape of PJ. Sorry Kansas, you lose.
PJ Washington is currently ranked 16th overall on the ESPN.com top 100 list.
Big Time Schools Are Recruiting PJ Washington
PJ has been offered by some of the best in the nation including Kentucky,
North Carolina, Kansas, UCLA, and Arizona.
NC State, Texas and UNLV have also made offers on the 6 foot 7 inch 232 pound talent.
Check out his most recent mixtape here:
At first glance, his skill set reminds us of
Terrence Jones from the 2012 title Wildcats.
PJ discusses how Calipari said he can play similar
Trey Lyles and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist at Kentucky .
He’s drawing comparisons to
Draymond Green with his style of play.
PJ says he’ll visit 3 more schools and will make his decision probably in November or December. He sounds really positive when talking about what he’s looking for when talking about Kentucky.
Check out his interview about his visit with Kentucky below.