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By LARRY VAUGHT
Just when it looked like recruiting could get no more hectic at Kentucky, consider this: The Cats could be in position to add a 6-9, 245-pound player who averaged 14.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per game as a college junior last year to this season’s team.
Really. It’s being mentioned.
Central Florida beat writer Greg Auman posted on Twitter that Keith Clanton might not return to Central Florida for his senior year because of a postseason ban imposed on the team by the NCAA. That means he can transfer and play immediately. Auman noted that he is hearing Kentucky and Florida State as possible spots Clanton might choose.
Imagine the national reaction if Clanton would come to UK for his final year as Julius Mays did from Wright State and give coach John Calipari another big piece to a possible third straight Final Four team.
Will it happen? Depends on if Clanton transfers and how much he wants to play. Could it happen? With Calipari, the answer is always yes.