With a lot of action going on in Vegas, here are a couple of items Kentucky fans probably should be interested in. Potential Kentucky recruits Tony Wroten and DeAndre Daniels had very good days yesterday in Vegas. This from Rivals.com[QUOTE] Anthony Wroten, PG, Seattle Rotary Select- Simply put, we didn’t see anybody in the gym playing at a higher level than the tall lefty point from the Emerald City. Playing with some extra bounce in his step and focus, Wroten did a little bit of everything. He was knocking down his jumper from deep (even with his tendency to fade away which flattens his shot), beating guys off the dribble with ease and making some ridiculous passes. When focused like this, he’s certainly got a wow factor to his game and brings a combination of size, athleticism and skill to the table that few guys can match. Very positive day for a kid who has had lots of expectations put on him since he was a middle schooler.
DeAndre Daniels, SF, Belmont Shore- Because of his 6-foot-8 size and ability to score on bigger players, Daniels is extra valuable and able to play the three or the four. Long term, though, he’s a small forward with excellent size, good athleticism and a dangerous jumper. Went for 30 in a big afternoon effort against Team Detroit.
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As I have said before, with Coach Calipari recruiting the way he does, there will be alot of names that Kentucky fans are going to learn. They might be at Kentucky, they might not, but that is what recruiting news is all about. Keep an eye on these guys, if things don’t work out with higher sought recruits, these guys could be right in the mix.
DeAndre Daniels Highlights
Tony Wroten Jr.