Harrison twins returning to Kentucky
The Harrison twins were big time playmakers for the University of Kentucky Wildcats in their run to the NCAA title game. They didn’t win the championship, but they are hungry to try again. Kentucky guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison just made the announcement that they’re going to stay on-board for next season. This is going to affect the recruiting for next year, since new players aren’t going to get much time.
What do you think? Should players let the lure of trying to win a championship cause them to pass up on millions of dollars? Kentucky got to the title game with a few lucky clutch shots. Do you think they have the talent to repeat the amazing run they had last year? From MSN Sports:
“We still have unfinished business,” Aaron Harrison said in university statement.
Juniors-to-be Alex Poythress and Willie Cauley-Stein had previously announced that they’re coming back to school. So, too, had sophomore-to-be big men Dakari Johnson and Marcus Lee. Now, the Harrison Twins are coming back — and coach John Calipari is bringing in four highly-touted freshmen, too.
Kentucky will have nine former McDonald’s All-Americans on its roster. Incoming big men Trey Lyles and Karl Towns Jr. are blue-chip recruits and possible 2015 lottery picks, too.
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