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Four-star Waters not Calipari's typical PG target

INDIANAPOLIS – It came as something of a surprise in recruiting circles when Kentucky and Duke both offered a scholarship to 5-foot-11, 160-pound point guard Tremont Waters last week. 659 more words

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Four-star Waters not Calipari's typical PG target

INDIANAPOLIS – It came as something of a surprise in recruiting circles when Kentucky and Duke both offered a scholarship to 5-foot-11, 160-pound point guard Tremont Waters last week. 659 more words

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5-star guard Diallo likes both UK, Duke pitches

INDIANAPOLIS – After a strong first stop on the spring AAU circuit, five-star 2017 shooting guard Hamidou Diallo picked up a pair of major scholarship offers last week: Duke and Kentucky. 608 more words

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5-star guard Diallo likes both UK, Duke pitches

INDIANAPOLIS – After a strong first stop on the spring AAU circuit, five-star 2017 shooting guard Hamidou Diallo picked up a pair of major scholarship offers last week: Duke and Kentucky. 608 more words

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5-star wing details Louisville connections

INDIANAPOLIS – Forgive DJ Harvey if he’s a little behind his own recruiting schedule. He’s had a busy few months.

The 6-foot-6 wing who is ranked among the top 20 players in the 2017 class had hoped to have his list of potential schools pared down to single digits by the AAU season, but here he is, seven games into Nike’s EYBL circuit, and he’s still “wide open” and listening to a host of college coaches pitch their programs. 1,047 more words

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2017 point guard high on Louisville's list

INDIANAPOLIS – Matt Coleman is off to a strong start on the spring AAU circuit, and he is still adding schools to his long list of suitors. 442 more words

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Marques Bolden could decide between Duke, Kentucky 'any day now'

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Marques Bolden had recruiting gurus and college basketball fans buzzing all weekend. Maybe he’d do it at Friday night’s Jordan Brand Classic. If not, surely on Sunday, because the top-ranked center in the Class of 2016 had vowed to pick a college by then, his 18th birthday. 376 more words

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