Jul 18, 2013; Washington, DC; Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Creen ( r ) talks with Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari ( l ) during the game between Team USA West and Team Canada during the Nike Global Challenge at Trinity University. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Indiana Decommit James Blackmon Jr. gets Offer from Kentucky Wildcats


 

 

It would appear as though class of 2014 shooting guard James Blackmon Jr. has received a scholarship offer from the University of Kentucky after he decommitted from Indiana on Thursday:

 

 

 

Blackmon is the son of former University of Kentucky player James Blackmon. He committed to the Hoosiers before his freshman season in 2010.

Ironically, Indianapolis forward Trey Lyles also committed to Indiana before starting his high school career, only to decommit from the Hoosiers last summer, and now it appears UK is the favorite for both players.

Blackmon is a consensus top-50 recruit, and his highest rating is by ESPN, who ranks him the 25th-best player in the 2014 class. He would likely be a 2-3 year player in the mold of former Wildcat Doron Lamb:

 

 

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