TRADE NEWS: The Wildcats close to land 5-star player

karter Knox signs with Kentucky!
It was a great day for Kentucky basketball.

The Wildcats are beginning to put the finishing touches on their 2024 class in hopes of achieving another top-three recruiting class in the John Calipari era.
With Karter Knox’s commitment to Kentucky, we can now officially add another five-star player to this class.
Knox announced the news during halftime of tonight’s overtime game.
He preferred the Cats over Louisville, South Florida and the NBA G League.
That was just an hour after Kentucky’s big win over No.
4 No.

4 volunteers from Tennessee.
Knox, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound small forward from Tampa, Fla.
, currently plays in Atlanta’s Overtime Elite program after previously playing at Tampa Catholic.
Thanks to his efforts, the pipeline from OTE to Lexington will continue.
In the current class, the Cats have Somt Cyril to carry the ball alongside Rob Dillingham and Jordan Burks.
karter also played at Kentucky, as did his older brother Kevin Knox, so some Knox family ties remain.
However, karter has no intention of following Kenny Payne into town.
Payne was instrumental in bringing Kevin to Lexington, but has no intention of bringing Carter to Louisville.
Knox is considered the No.
14 prospect in the class and the No.
3 small forward, according to Rivals.
He is also a McDonald’s All-American.
Kentucky will be losing most of its current team, so they already have such a strong class ahead of the likely addition of several new players to the transfer portal after the season.
It’s good that you are.
Carter Knox joins Kentucky’s 2024 class entering the spring signing period as center Jaden Quaintance, point guard Boogie Frand, point guard Travis Perry, center Somt Cyril and small forward Join Billy Richmond of.
This is his On3 scouting report from Knox.
Karter Knox is a long, explosive wing.
His physique is very agile, he is already physically developed, he has wide shoulders and flowing arms.
Once he enters a college strength and conditioning program, he should gain weight relatively easily.
He’s a rider who goes straight off the jump.
Penetrates the paint, attacks the rim hard and plays well on top of it.
He plays well from the dunker spot, is a skilled backdoor cutter, and attacks the offensive boards.
I would like to see him develop his jump shot more and become at least average in his catching and shooting.
Form and release are fine, but balance point and trajectory are not aligned.
He is a strong straight-line driver and if his path is cut off, he will have to deploy a counterattack or two.
He has a lot of potential defensively.

Great length with quick twitch and explosion.
He can switch formations and play in a 4-man system, and he also has the athletic ability to run in 2-man or 3-man systems.
It is necessary to further strengthen the mechanics and keep the engine constant.
He is the younger brother of NBA player Kevin Knox.
Welcome to BBN, karter!


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