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Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Recruiting: Assistant Visits In-State Talent


 

John Robic, an assistant basketball coach for the University of Kentucky, visited Quentin Goodin today.  Goodin is a talented prospect in the Class of 2016.

Goodin is a 6’2″ point guard from Campbellsville, Kentucky and attends Taylor County High School.  He is rated as a four-star recruit by Rivlas and 247Sports, while Scout.com rates him as a three-star recruit.  He is also ranked by Rivals as the No. 51 overall player in the Class of 2016.  247Sports ranks him as the No. 13 point guard and as the No. 53 overall player.  Scout.com ranks him as the No. 16 point guard.

Goodin already has scholarship offers from Indiana, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, and West Virginia, to name a few.  He has also expressed interest in Butler, Cincinnati, Illinois, and Purdue.  Although neither Kentucky nor Louisville have offered him a scholarship yet, both have shown substantial interest in him.

The Kentucky coaching staff has seen Goodin several times already.  Head coach John Calipari, assistant coach John Robic, and former assistant coach Orlando Antigua all watched Goodin play in a game in Lexington earlier this year.

Goodin will be playing alongside Jayson Tatum this spring and summer for the St. Louis Eagles EYBL team.  Tatum is a 6’7″ small forward and is one of Kentucky’s biggest targets for the Class of 2016.

 

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