Sports Kentucky lands 4-star forward, former Louisville top commit Bryce Hopkins

03:21  27 october  2020
03:21  27 october  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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The Top Floor | @BryceHopkins at 6-foot 8 has all the intangibles a college coach would dream of. With an NBA ready body, a natural feel for the game A Louisville - commit , Hopkins has been making a statement this season. Aside from the rankings Hopkins may have the highest ceiling amongst all

Hopkins continues to raise the profile of Washington after landing five- star forward Jaden McDaniels. Mike Hopkins and Washington scored big with a late spring pickup, landing the commitment of top -10 recruit Jaden McDaniels for the 2019–20 season.

Four-star forward Bryce Hopkins has committed to Kentucky's 2021 class after decommitting from Louisville in August.

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The Illinois native initially committed to the Cardinals in November 2019 and was their top-ranked 2021 recruit. However, he decommitted from the program this past summer due to "uncertainties" over potential sanctions following the NCAA's notice of allegations to the school.

Hopkins is ranked 32nd on the 2021 ESPN 100. The 6-foot-6 forward joins Nolan Hickman as the Wildcats' confirmed prospects in the 2021 class.

"I know I'll be pushed day in and day out and I just want to be part of a team that's going to be a winning program," he told Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog. "And they develop their guys to get to the next level so I want to be a part of that."

Along with Kentucky, Hopkins told Zagoria Providence and Illinois were in his final three.

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