Kentucky lands among top 5 for coveted San Diego State transfer forward
Kentucky may have missed out on Michigan big man Hunter Dickinson in the transfer portal recently, but the Wildcats are still in the mix for some other key players.
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Over the weekend, San Diego State transfer forward Keshad Johnson narrowed his list down to 5 schools, and Kentucky is still in contention for his services.
As you can see below, Kentucky is 1 of 5 programs, along with Texas Tech, USC, Oklahoma and Arizona, that Johnson is still considering:
San Diego State transfer Keshad Johnson has cut his list to five schools, he told me. Here are the programs he’s considering:
Johnson is a 6’8 forward and a big-time two-way player. He is currently going through the NBA Draft process. pic.twitter.com/oSJL75jdOa
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Johnson is also going through the NBA Draft process, but he still has time to decide if he wants to keep his name in the draft class or return to school.
In 2022-23, Johnson appeared in 39 games for the Aztecs, starting all of them. He averaged 7.7 points and 5.0 rebounds per contest as San Diego State went on a run to the Final Four, beating Florida Atlantic in the semifinals before losing to UConn in the national championship game.
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