Star basketball rookies to visit Kentucky in coming days

Camden, NJ standout Aaron Bradshaw has a shot at being the No. 1 center for the 2023 recruiting class.

Camden, NJ standout Aaron Bradshaw has a shot at being the No. 1 center for the 2023 recruiting class.

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Kentucky will welcome two of the most exciting Class of 2023 basketball recruits to campus over the next week.

Camden (NJ) big man Aaron Bradshaw, a high school student and DJ Wagner’s AAU teammate, will begin an official visit to the UK on Friday. He received a scholarship offer from the Wildcats in April and has the potential to be the No. 1 center for the class of 2023. Louisville is among the other schools at the top of his list.

After that, Texas forward Ron Holland will have his official visit to Kentucky, a trip that begins June 13. Holland is ranked No. 9 nationally in the class of 2023, and he is awaiting a British scholarship offer during his trip to Lexington.

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Ben Roberts covers basketball, football, horse racing and other sports in the UK for the Lexington Herald-Leader and has specialized in basketball recruitment in the UK for the past few years. years. He also maintains the Next Cats recruiting blog, which features the latest news on the Wildcats’ recruiting efforts.
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