The 2020 recruiting class has heated back up with recent signing and now top 40 forward Lance Ware has made a decision on where he will be playing college ball next season. He has decided to play basketball in Lexington for the Wildcats and head coach John Calipari. The Kentucky Wildcats were the presumptive choice for the forward. He is from Camden High School in Burlington, New Jersey.
The move comes with little surprise as the prospect had been leaning in a darker blue direction for some time and had a 100 percent prediction rating to Kentucky on his crystal ball. Ware adds to an already impressive looking Wildcats 2020 recruiting class with likely more to come soon. John Calipari and the coaching staff have their eyes on several other big-name prospects.
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The Wildcats already had two other recruits already committed with five-star wing BJ Boston Jr. and top four-star forward Cam’Ron Fletcher. Kentucky is also expected to gain the services of 2021 guard Terrence Clarke along with his reclassification into the recruiting class of 2020. The class is already currently ranked as the best in 2020 with no signs of it slowing down.
The addition of several players that play shooting guard, small forward, and power forward seem to be ecoming a more common sight in Lexington, Kentucky. John Calipari is gearing up for the 2019 season and will likely need to reload once again after the season is completed. The talent he already has coming in should help a great deal in that effort. The Kentucky Wildcats have built an impressive straight to the NBA brand and more players are looking to capitalize on the opportunity with the team.