Five-star point guard Immanuel Quickley recently dropped a top four list of schools featuring Maryland, Miami, Kansas and Kentucky. It seems that one of those is now considered the favorite, at least that’s what Scout’s Evan Daniels is telling SEC Country.
The 6’3″, 180-pound point guard apparently has Kentucky in the lead for him right now with Daniels saying he “would classify them [the Wildcats] as the leader for Quickley.” He’s the top ranked point guard and No. 12 overall recruit in the class of 2018 by ESPN.
The Maryland native would give the Wildcats a passing and scoring threat they haven’t really had at the point guard position in the past few years so coach John Calipari has to like how this kid could fit into his team in 2018 that will undoubtedly feature a bunch of new faces.
Quickley also holds offers from Louisville, UConn, Providence, UCLA, USC and Texas A&M as well as many others.