LEXINGTON, Ky. – Already verbally committed to the University of Kentucky and now an early graduate out of high school, highly regarded point guard Ashton Hagans has decided to reclassify from the 2019 class to the 2018 class and has signed a financial...
by: Jack Pilgrim — Kentucky Sports Radio 5h
Ashton Hagans ranked No. 2 point guard in class of 2018, No. 12 overall
by: John Chick — The Score 9h
Ashton Hagans, a Kentucky-committed point guard who had been ranked 17th in the 2019 ESPN 60, has reclassified to this year and will suit up this coming season for the Wildcats, the university announced Sunday.Hagans originally committed to Kentucky in...
by: Matt Hladik — The Spun 12h
Kentucky basketball already had a great recruiting class before Sunday. It just officially got even better.
by: Jason Marcum — SB Nation: A Sea Of Blue 12h
Hagans is officially a Cat.
by: N/A — KySportsStyle 12h
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by: Larry Vaught — Vaught's Views 17 Jun
The USA (6-0) withstood an early run from host Canada (5-1) and dominated the game's final 36 minutes to claim a 113-74 victory and the 2018 FIBA Americas Men’s U18 Championship gold medal Saturday night in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The USA has...
by: Nick Roush — Kentucky Sports Radio 17 Jun
USA! USA! USA!
by: Jason Marcum — SB Nation: A Sea Of Blue 17 Jun
Big news for the Cats as they battle the likes of Duke for this elite big man.
by: Jon Hale, Louisville Courier Journal — Cincinnati Enquirer 17 Jun
Nick Richards explained why he decided to return to UK instead of test the NBA draft waters.
by: Scott Phillips — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 16 Jun
Middle Tennessee might be in rebuilding mode after losing four returning players during the week.
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 16 Jun
Kentucky added another five-star guard to its stable with the early addition of Ashton Hagans.
by: azcentral — Yahoo Sports 16 Jun
General Manager Ryan McDonough has a big choice to make. Deandre Ayton, Luka Doncic or Marvin Bagley III. Here's the case for the Duke scorer.