National Signing Day is here, and the college basketball landscape for the foreseeable future will e shaped over the course of this week. Many of the nation’s top high school prospects will be signing a letter of intent, and that includes four players committed to the Kentucky Wildcats, according to Ben Roberts of Next Cats.
Point guard Tyler Ullis’ father and his high school coach both told Roberts that the four-star point guards’ plans to sign with Kentucky around 12:15 p.m. today.
Five-star center Karl Towns is planning to sign with the Cats at 3 p.m. today.
Five-star power forward Trey Lyles’ father says that his son would sign with Kentucky “this week,” possibly as early as today.
And last but certainly not least, Devin Booker tweeted Wednesday morning that he plans to sign his national letter of intent Friday:
The four of these players alone is enough to have the Cats’ current class ranked No. 1 in most major recruiting services. That may not hold up with many elite recruits committing to schools this week, but this is still a special class and each commit will almost certainly be an impactful player at UK next year.