Tyler Ulis isn’t supposed to be a “typical” John Calipari guard, but he is off to a very hot start for Marion HS. Eric Bossi who is the founder of rivals.com said earlier this year that ” Ulis could be one of the biggest movers in the class before the final rankings come out in late Spring.” John Calipari doesn’t just hand out scholarships, and obviously he thought Ulis was good enough to start at Kentucky next season.
I do expect Ulis to be very different from other Kentucky point guards such as John Wall, Marquis Teague, and Andrew Harrsion because he isn’t 6-5, but he ultra quick and a TRUE point guard. I said on twitter the other night that I expect Tyler Ulis to destroy the all time assist record at Kentucky before he leaves.
I haven’t saw him play in person yet, but the highlight films look amazing, but we all know we cant go by mixtapes because Ryan Harrow may have the greatest mixtapes of all time.
Let me make this clear Tyler Ulis IS NOT Ryan Harrow, and Kentucky fans need to stop worrying about that. Ulis is a bulldog with Chicago roots, and we all know how tough Chicago players are.
Marion was in action tonight, and once again Ulis was very impressive as he dropped 35 points, to carry his team to a 79-73 victory over Bloom. The game before Ulis almost had a triple double, and considering his size that’s very impressive.
Even though this 2014 class for Kentucky isn’t supposed to be #1 this is still going to be a very, very solid class and it will be anchored but the little point guard Tyler Ulis from Chicago, Illinois.